Tenth Annual Business and Property Tax Conference
conference
Thursday 14 & Friday 15 February 2019

Sheraton Grand Mirage Resort, Gold Coast

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 ABOUT THE CONFERENCE

It’s been a busy time for taxation practitioners. The corporate tax rate remains in a state of flux, while Division 7A complexities continue to grow. Meanwhile, the demand from business owners for advice to maximise the small business CGT concessions continues, with baby boomer business owners seeking advice about getting their business ready for sale. At the same time, the taxation of trusts remains under the spotlight, with the High Court’s recent decision in Thomas and the ATO’s release of two important rulings. This year’s conference deals with all of these issues, as well as other key challenges facing practitioners today.


Thursday 14 February 2019
 

Trusts and Companies - Practical Compliance Issues

  • Small Business Company Tax Rate - Risks and Opportunities
  • Division 7A Complexities in Focus
  • The Taxing Issue of Trust Distributions
  • Trusts Vesting - the ATO Finally Releases its Views

Tax Efficient Restructures

  • Ready for Blast-Off - Structuring Your Business for Exit
  • Stamp Duty Traps in Restructures and Business Acquisitions: Let Me Count the Ways
  • Getting the Most Out of the Small Business CGT Concession


Friday 15 February 2019
 

GST and Property Taxation

  • GST Withholding on New Residential Property - War Stories and Lessons in Practice
  • GST Life Cycle of a Property Development Transaction
  • GST Supply of a Going Concern - A Case Study Intensive

Contemporary Challenges Facing Advisers

  • ATO Compliance: Are You Audit Ready?
  • Australian Tax Residency Round Up: Keeping Ahead of the Changes
 THE FACULTY

Raffi Tenenbaum, Tax Partner, KPMG, Melbourne

Damian O’Connor, Principal & Chartered Tax Advisor, Tax + Law, Brisbane

Michelle Hartman, Partner, Deloitte Private, Sydney

Fletch Heinemann, Partner, Cooper Grace Ward Lawyers, Brisbane

Mark Molesworth, Partner, BDO, Brisbane

David Marschke, Principal, DBM Horizons, Brisbane

Andrew Rider, Barrister, Level 22 Chambers, Sydney

Andrea Carrick, Director, AG Tax Lawyers, Melbourne

David Marks QC, Queensland Bar, Brisbane

Adam O’Connor, Director, PwC, Melbourne

John Haig, Indirect Tax Adviser, Melbourne

Michael Butler, Tax & Revenue Partner, Finlaysons, Adelaide

Philip Diviny, Consulting Principal, Keypoint Law, Melbourne

David Hughes, Principal, Small Myers Hughes, Brisbane

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 FEEDBACK FROM THE LAST YEAR...
  • Excellent presentations, practical and useful, clear explanation of issues and well selected tax topics.
  • Great mix of practical and technical content with useful personal comments by the presenters in answer to questions.
  • All topics were relevant, good examples used by all speakers.
  • Great speakers on relevant topics. Really good venue and really well organised.
EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION OFFER

If you register and pay by 7 December 2018 you will pay only $1870 – a saving of $275 off the full price conference registration fee of $2145.

 ENQUIRIES/ASSISTANCE
If you need assistance or have an enquiry, please do not hesitate to contact our Conference Coordinator, Jenna Pickrell on (03) 96702055 or email: jenna@tved.net.au
Product Code: GTXFEB19
 Price:   $1,870.00 (Inclusive of GST)
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