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In response to the Federal Government’s recent announcements, This webinar will talk through:
• The Government’s superannuation announcements so far;
• Specific SMSF questions we have received already;
• SMSF compliance issues surfacing from the economic turmoil caused including asset valuations, in house assets, lodgement extensions, impaired related-party tenants and rent relief
• In light of these compliance issues, what further relief measures may be on the cards for SMSFs.
Recent bushfires are an example of natural disasters that result in the destruction and loss of assets, and associated insurance claims. The tax implications of losses and insurance recoveries will need to be understood by impacted taxpayers.
New rules potentially providing companies with greater access to tax losses have finally been enacted. This session will look at how the rules have changed and what the implications could be for companies that already have carried forward losses and companies that may make losses this year or in the future.
An in-depth guide to the government’s package to boost cash flow for employers.
In response to the economic dislocation caused by the Coronavirus, the government has pushed through a number of massive stimulus packages for employers and employees.
This webinar focuses on the program to make payments to eligible businesses affected by the Coronavirus to support them in retaining employees.
Determining if tax losses can be transferred to a consolidated group is an important first step when dealing with losses in a consolidated environment. The rate at which transferred losses can be used, as determined by the “available fraction”, becomes important for modelling tax payable and correctly calculating taxable income.
Unravelling the FBT, GST, Income Tax, accounting and process challenges associated with Entertainment fringe benefits. Particular focus on Policy and Process to achieve FBT savings and best practice approach.
This webinar discusses the Federal Government’s flagship innovation programme, the ‘R&D Tax Incentive’, the benefits of claiming the R&D Tax Incentive and the latest updates to R&D Tax Incentive changes announced in 2018 federal budget.
This webinar takes a step by step approach to understanding the new rules, explaining how the changes impact both companies and their shareholders. With plentiful use of examples, this webinar is packed with tips to help your clients, traps to look out for and planning opportunities.
In this webinar we will focus on the key FBT rules, areas of risk for motor vehicles, and ways to reduce an employer’s FBT cost. We will cover the current areas of ATO concern and consultation including safe harbor rules for logbook, pooled cars, claiming exemption and car parking market valuation.
Understanding the way in which the Commissioner can apply the general anti-avoidance rules is imperative.
Undertaking a transaction or setting up a structure will give rise to tax outcomes in accordance with the law. However, Part IVA provides the Commissioner with the power to cancel tax benefits arising from a scheme.
FBT Reporting requires an understanding of employee mobility & relocations and an analysis of the associated employee costs to determine the FBT implications. The FBT law contains many FBT exemptions and concessions that apply to Relocations, Mobility and Living Away From Home. These reduce or eliminate the FBT liability but only if the rules are followed.
Our 2019 FBT Return Update Essentials webinar will provide you with the springboard to launch your 2019 FBT return work. With a number of recent and anticipated key changes announced, this is a must attend webinar.
The webinar assists attendees in understanding the concept of salary packaging and how to maximise the benefits of salary sacrificing for employers and employees. Providing practical knowledge to assist in managing and understanding the salary packaging of cars and other benefits.
Incorporating a company offshore seems like the simple answer to ensuring the entity’s foreign-sourced profits are not taxed in Australia. It’s definitely not that simple. The High Court’s decision in the Bywater Investments case (2016) as well as follow up guidance from the ATO has brought the matter of corporate tax residency sharply into focus.
The existence of a foreign resident company within a group structure necessitates review of the CFC rules to determine if any profits of that foreign resident are attributed to Australia for tax purposes. Understanding when and how the CFC rules have potential application is required when you have an interest in foreign resident companies.
The Division 7A rules are changing. From 1 July 2020, major reforms are coming and with the proposed changes due to take effect in a little over nine months time, it’s essential that practitioners and affected clients understand how they will be impacted and what they need to do to comply with the new rules.
The ESIC concessions offer highly attractive incentives to investors, and for qualifying companies make a great case for enticing new investors.
Trump, Brexit, trade wars and the global economy directly impact all types of businesses. Recession fears, low interest rates and a falling Australian dollar are relevant to many types of businesses big and small.
What are the ATO’s expectations?
Stephen Groves explains everything you need to know about valuing businesses for tax purposes including:
• how you can easily meet the ATO’s requirements
• when you need to do a valuation for tax