Learn from the best and brightest in tax

Keeping up to date with your professional development

Each year, the Institute runs a number of flagship residential events that are a perfect opportunity for you to meet and network with like-minded professionals and hear about the latest developments from some of the best and brightest minds in tax. Don’t miss those coming up in the second half of the year:


View more upcoming events.

New webinar series

Due to popular demand, a selection of our highly topical estate planning and superannuation sessions will be held online as webinars throughout October and November 2012.

The focus of these events will be on practical issues, recent developments and, most importantly, new cutting-edge strategies and planning opportunities for your clients.

Tax Knowledge eXchange

Congratulations to the latest winner in our Tax Knowledge eXchange 10th Anniversary celebrations. Ben Jenkin, CTA, Principal of Ben Jenkin CPA in Port Augusta, SA, has won a free subscription to Australia’s leading tax knowledge base.

For your chance to win one of the three remaining free subscriptions, visit our website and register for your free trial.

New titles from The Tax Institute

With Estate & Business Succession Planning 2012-13 published in August, we’re now focused on the Division 7A Handbook 2012-13, due for publication in October.

2012 Annual Business and Professions Study

As in previous years, The Tax Institute will participate in the 2012 Annual Business and Professions Study conducted by Beaton Consulting. This survey will assist us to identify areas where there may be scope to improve member services and add further value to membership.

You will receive the survey via email in November. We appreciate your feedback as this helps us to ensure that we continue to do things right.

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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