New ways to get your structured and unstructured CPD hours

Taxation in Australia – now in eBook format

Following the success of our iPad app and digital editions, we’re pleased to announce that Taxation in Australia is now also available in eBook edition for Kindle and other eReader device users. Find out more and download your eBook copy from our website.

New title: The Tax Adviser’s Guide to Part IVA

We’re very excited to announce the publication of our brand new title: The Tax Adviser’s Guide to Part IVA. A practical guide to the application of the general anti-avoidance rule, this new title from Greg Travers, CTA, helps you navigate the rules to determine whether Pt IVA may apply to an arrangement that your client has entered into, or is considering entering into. Visit our website to find out more, and if you’re heading to Hobart for our National Convention, don’t miss a special Q&A session with Greg.

Now enrolling for all education programs

We have received a great response regarding the first intake for our Chartered Tax Adviser Program courses — CTA1 Foundations, CTA2 Advanced and CTA3 Advisory. You and your staff can enrol now in these practical and relevant courses for study period 2 2014.

And, underpin your tax skills with education in the areas of Australian legal systems, entities and business structures, and property law with all three units of the Course in Commercial Law available for a second time.

Are you on track with your 2014 CPD requirements?

Now that you’re settled in back at work, it’s time to make a commitment to your continued professional development. Whether you prefer to get your tax updates face-to-face or online in the form of webinars, The Tax Institute has a wide offering that is designed to suit the needs of every tax professional, from webinars giving you one CPD hour to multi-day events offering up to15 hours.

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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