Announcing the winners of the membership renewal competition

This month, we announce the winners of the early bird renewal competition.

Congratulations to our membership renewal early bird winners

Congratulations to Ms Bee Lim, FTI, Ms Lauren Moses, Mr Michael Briffa, ATI, Mr Mario Pleno, ATI, and Ms Elizabeth Goodwin, CTA, for winning a $1,000 each in Day to Day accounts with HSBC Bank Australia just for renewing their membership online.

Thanks to all members who entered, and to our business alliance partner HSBC for the generous prizes.
In the event that you have overlooked your membership renewal, we have extended your benefits to date. Please renew your membership by Friday 16 August to maintain your exclusive membership benefits.

New student and graduate careers resources

Know any students or recent graduates considering a career in tax? Let them know about The Tax Institute’s new blog at CareersInTaxBlog.taxinstitute.com.au and Facebook page at facebook.com/CareersInTax.

Voices from history

This month, we continue our 70th anniversary celebrations with more voices from history and platinum jubilee dinners held at state events around the country. Visit the blog for regular stories from the Institute’s past and visit taxinstitute.com.au/70 to watch the 70th anniversary video.

Tax rates table 2013-14

In this month’s journal, you’ll find your complimentary copy of the Institute’s handy desktop tax rates table — an indispensable aid for access to the most commonly used tax rates at your fingertips, including the Medicare levy, tax offsets, superannuation, eligible termination payments, FBT, CPI indexes, and more. We hope you find this resource valuable.

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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