Michael Dillon, Director, Dillon & Elbourn
The ATO’s Super Guarantee Crackdown Webinar takes you through the high risk super guarantee (SG) areas and common traps and how you best to manage them.
The ATO has increased its SG casework and ramped up its audits to reduce the anticipated SG shortfall. And, with new legislation before parliament bringing in significant changes to SG, this is an area practitioners need to be across.
The transitional CGT relief measures alter the way that normal CGT calculations are performed - causing confusion and inaccuracies.
In this special joint webinar, Knowledge Shop Tax Director Michael Carruthers and Hayes Knight Director Garth McNally, take you through how and when to correctly utilise transitional CGT relief - the process, the calculations, and the implications.
The Working, Investing and Doing Business Overseas Workshop is designed to ensure that you and your team can identify and work through cross border issues regardless of your client’s needs or entity type.
It's a huge, case study driven training day to help every accountant manage clients with international needs.
For many, the financial and tax impact of divorce are not considered until well after the event. Providing some proactive advice to your clients in the early stages may help to avoid longer term problems and inefficient taxation outcomes.
This webinar will give you a solid understanding of the issues and how to resolve them in the most efficient way.
The SMSF Audit & Compliance Workshop is what every SMSF auditor and adviser needs to know right now.
If you want to be certain about the impact of reform on your clients and your audit and compliance procedures, this is the workshop for you.
Garth McNally, Director Hayes Knight, shows you how you need to work through 2017 audits, the current issues and how to respond, and the implications of recent and emerging changes on you, your practice and your clients. More>>
With an increase in the small business entity turnover threshold to $10m from 1 July 2016 there are a range of clients who can now benefit from the SBE tax concessions for the first time (or for the first time in a long time). Recent ATO guidance also means that companies that carry on limited income earning activities might be able to access the SBE concessions.
This webinar explores the opportunities that are available to SBEs under the new rules.
If your firm was a member of Knowledge Shop®, every quarter two of your team could attend PD in one of seven locations around the country absolutely free.