You'll be spoilt for choice with our super, tax, specialist and practice management webinars. All recordings come with 3 month access.
This session covers the basic conditions that need to be met in order to qualify for tax relief as well as the ATO’s latest guidance on these conditions and the tax implications of applying the rollover.
In this special post Budget session, we explore the tax and commercial implications of the Budget announcements, review the details and implications to key client groups, and give you the steps to follow through with clients.
This session explores the types of due diligence work that can be undertaken, look at how to build an effective due diligence work program, and how to make sure that your work is appropriate to the client’s needs.
New event-based reporting obligations for SMSFs commence 1 July 2018 and will transform the way accountants go about their work.
It's essential for those working with SMSFs to understand how event-based reporting works and to get the processes right. Don't be left behind.
Make the most of current year strategies and avoid penalties & missed opportunities.
In preparation for 30 June, this practical webinar covers the essential year end planning issues you need to have in place for your clients.
This webinar explores the common issues faced by SMSF auditors even where there may or may not be a definitive legislative interpretation. It provides the required references and tools to not only identify the issues but correctly manage the reporting or rectification requirements.n.
This session looks at the steps that should be taken for all trust clients to ensure that clients stay out of trouble, as well as detailing the arrangements that are at the top of the ATO’s hit list this year.
There are a number of advantages of using the tax consolidation system.
This webinar demystifies the tax consolidation regime so you understand the risks and how to get the best tax outcomes for clients.
Practitioners and clients continue to have problems when it comes to dealing with Division 7A in the real world. The rules are complex, the concepts are difficult for clients to understand and the tax implications can be horrendous.
Family trust elections can be a vital tool in protecting trust losses, company losses and franking credits but can also cause significant tax problems for clients if they are used incorrectly. This webinar will help your clients take advantage of the rules without triggering penalty tax rates under the family trust distribution tax rules.