3 great ways to meet your tax CPD obligations in August

Education

With study period 2 about to commence, early enrolments are now open for study period 3 for our Course in Australian Taxation Law.

The Course in Australian Taxation Law qualification — achieved through the completion of the Certificate in Foundation Tax and Certificate in Applied Tax courses — provides your staff with the practical skills required to quickly pick up and apply Australian tax law concepts in the workplace, making them an asset to your firm sooner.

Early bird enrolments for both courses close on 9 October 2012. Visit our website for more information.

Continuing professional development

All tax professionals need to keep informed about the changing landscape of tax. The listings below are just a small sample of the more than 350 CPD events that the Institute runs each year.


The Tax Institute also offers a range of CPD seminars on DVD, enabling you to bring the event direct to your office or boardroom while earning CPD hours. For a full listing, visit our website.

New titles from The Tax Institute

In addition to the new editions of Discretionary Trust Distributions and Estate & Business Succession Planning, our Publishing team is preparing the 2012-13 editions of the Division 7A Handbook and CGT: Small Business Reliefs for release in the next couple of months.

As always, you’ll find more information on our website. If you’re using the online versions of these or any of our books, you’ll now find them easier to access on our website via “Online Books” in the “Online Resources” main navigation tab. We’ve also redesigned the access portal for each of our titles, making them easier still to use.

We are committed to equipping tax professionals with everything they need to demonstrate the highest level of expertise.

Noel Rowland
Noel
Rowland
Noel Rowland is Chief Executive Officer of The Tax Institute.

The Tax Institute is Australia’s leading professional association in tax. Its 13,000 members include tax agents, accountants and lawyers as well as tax practitioners in corporations, government and academia.

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