Authored by Jo-Anne Hotson and TaxBytes
The Tax Agent Guide Roadshow ensures all professionals working in the tax space and their employees are up to date with the latest changes and developments to Australian Tax Laws in preparation for the 2019 tax return.
The seminar is designed for practitioners and their staff who have responsibility for preparing/reviewing individual and business (partnership, company, trust) tax returns for the 2019 year. The seminar and supporting materials will include reference to the main changes in the law for the past 12 months (cases, rulings and legislation) that are likely to impact on preparing a 2019 income tax return or providing advice to clients. The changes flowing from the 2019 Budget will be incorporated in the material and include all updated rates, thresholds and ceilings
The newly created guidebook and roadshow presentation provides technical updates, insights and discussions exploring the impact of recent tax changes and what it means for you and your clients.
The 2019 Tax Agent Guide Roadshow provides:
A new comprehensive written manual providing relevant case studies and how to apply these in context to your business and clients.
Experts in the Australian Tax Field presenting a one day interactive seminar providing technical updates and analysis into the latest developments and challenges.
Small interactive seminars enabling opportunities for Q&A with Tax presenters.
Newly released ATO Individual and Business Tax Returns and Forms.
Checklists and case studies.
About the speaker - Tony van der Westhuysen
Tony currently runs his own training and consulting practice having taught taxation law at Monash University for the last ten years. Prior to that, Tony worked in the profession with three of the so called “big four” international accounting firms, and has been a tax partner of two of them.
Since 2003, Tony has designed and presented more than 200 training programs to the Australian Taxation Office, The Institute of Public Accountants, CPA Australia, TaxEd and CPD Live.
He currently teaches Taxation law to students in the Master’s Program at the University of Tasmania.