The Contractor vs Employee Distinction

Help identify arrangements at risk of triggering significant superannuation guarantee liabilities and explores the steps to minimise that risk.


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Managing Personal Services Income

Developed for accounting teams to explore the PSI rules and highlight those areas where the ATO is finding errors. We also work through the implications and limitations when your clients pass the PSI tests, and the treatment of clients who fail. Plus, we look at the interaction with Part IVA. 


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Division 7A Fundamentals

Division 7A is a challenging topic. This fundamentals module moves from identification, rectification, the risk areas such as trusts and UPEs, through to the calculations. Essential training.


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Knowledge Shop IQ Module

Anywhere you want, anytime you want.


With Knowledge Shop IQ modules, you're not limited where or when you complete your PD.


There will be a record of when you completed the module, how long it took and the results of any quizzes. 


Once you have accessed your first IQ training module, all other Knowledge Shop IQ modules and webinars you participate in will show on your personal profile.

Allocate, manage and measure team training

How do you know if the training your team are doing is effective? Now you do.


Each Knowledge Shop IQ module gives you the ability to allocate training to your team, set time periods for completion, see whether the training has been completed, and view quiz results.


Your firm can have one or multiple supervisors who can see how their allocated team is progressing.


IQ modules are a practical insight into each topic with quizzes to test knowledge and understanding.


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KSIQ levels

Targeted training at the right level

Knowledge Shop IQ modules are built for very specific levels inside your firm:


  • Level 1 (graduate/refresher) - For those on the learning curve looking to boost their knowledge and skill set without the trial and error. And, for those looking for the fundamentals as a practical refresher.
  • Level 2 (intermediate) - For the ones who need to get the job done right the first time, identify impending issues, and take action to resolve problems.
  • Level 3 (senior) - For those who want technical depth, to deliver timely and meaningful client advice, and ensure their knowledge is at best practice level across all facets of managing a practice.
  • Level 4 (manager/partner) - For the specialist advisers, and those tasked with identifying and setting all those strategic growth targets.