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Special Tax Topics 2019 - Trusts: Getting the basics right, Theory & Case Study


Presented by our expert tax trainers, these informative and highly practical sessions reflect the topical Australian tax issues and will ensure that you understand the various key areas of these special topics.

Content Description

Presented by our expert tax trainers, these informative and highly practical sessions reflect the topical Australian tax issues and will ensure that you understand the various key areas of these special topics.

For every special topic, we offer a theory and a case study session.

  • Theory sessions offer learners an in-depth theoretical understanding of the topic and its key principles.
  • Case study sessions use realistic client scenarios to demonstrate the practical application of the topic’s key principles.
  • Session Information:

    After completion of this topic, successful participants should be able to:

    • Identify new developments in trust and tax law
    • Identify issues that can arise in setting up trusts for clients
    • Explain what is meant by "trust income", "distributable income" and "taxable income"
    • Explain what is needed in order to draft a legally enforceable resolution and the risks associated with doing so
    • Identify when a trust vests, that tax consequences of a trust vesting and key client implications to be aware of
    Benefit

    Keep up-to-date on this ever-changing and complex area of the tax law.

    This is 2 recorded webinars; one session for Theory and one session for Case Study. Each session is worth 1.5 CPD hours, and together provide you with 3 CPD hours.


    EVENT DETAILS


    Topic: Tax

    Sub-Topic: Business Tax, Employment Taxes - PAYE, PAYG & FBT, GST, Income Tax, Income Tax (inc CGT), International Tax, State/Territory Taxes, Tax Administration

    Format: Recorded Webinar

    Proficiency Level: Foundation, Intermediate, Advanced

    CPD: 3 hours