HOW WE DO IT
Face-to-face and/or online training according to your needs and budget
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Tax Astute visits your office (or chosen venue) to provide tailored training including a Powerpoint presentation and use of a whiteboard to address your own specific questions as they arise.

OR
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A new fast growing format using the same powerpoint slides and training style as in-office but with increased access for smaller groups and regional attendees. There's also the added benefit of recording some presentations.

WHY CHOOSE US?
We’re highly regarded and experienced tax training presenters
  • Trusted nationwide by professional organisations of all sizes.
  • Simplifying tax concepts by using a visual, engaging and interactive approach
  • Choose the emphasis and order of every issue presented, to suit your needs
  • Tailored training from junior to advanced levels
  • Improve your practical understanding of current tax issues
  • Small business or trust issues through to large corporate and international tax issues
  • Generate CPD/CPE hours or points to meet professional requirements
  • Reduce both your professional risks and non-billable research time
  • “We have attended web-based training sessions and found them to be very interactive”
    Paul Abercrombie, Abercrombie Accounting Group, Townsville
  • “Presented in an informative and readily comprehended way”
    Allan Swan, Swan & Yii Structuring & Estate Planning Lawyers, Melbourne
TAX SNAPSHOTS
Small Business CGT Integrity Measure from 1 July 2017
Small Business CGT Integrity Measure from 1 July 2017
12 February 2018

On 8 February 2018, Treasury released Draft Legislation to implement a backdated Div.152 ITAA 1997 Small Business CGT Integrity Measure.  The proposed measure was announced (in broad terms only) in the May 2017 Federal Budget and will impact the application of the Small Business CGT Concessions to CGT Events (e.g. sales) regarding shares or trust interests which occur on or after 1 July 2017.

Residential Property GST Withholding and Notification from 1 July 2018
Residential Property GST Withholding and Notification from 1 July 2018
12 February 2018

On 7 February 2018, the Treasury Laws Amendment (2018 Measures No. 1) Bill 2018 was introduced into Federal Parliament to implement new requirements for residential property supplies made from 1 July 2018 (subject to some transitional rules), comprising:
(1)  a GST withholding requirement for purchasers/recipients of taxable supplies of most new residential premises and potential residential land; and
(2)  a supplier notification requirement for suppliers of all residential premises and potential residential land.

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