2024 ATO Series- 3 Parts

5 July 2024
The ATO’s hottest topics and background to ATO interactions

  • Governance – I.e., the ‘how’ tax affairs are managed.
  • Brief discussion of rental properties
  • How the ATO engages taxpayers

12 July 2024
A taxpayer’s ‘how’: how to defend a tax position, how to get certainty from the ATO, and when you can rely on what they say

  • How to defend a tax position, including how to write and engage with the ATO
  • How to prepare for the ATO to come knocking: getting your house in order
  • Getting certainty from the ATO: how they use rulings, and how taxpayers can use rulings

19 July 2024
Trust losses and key CGT events impacting trusts

  • Making sense of past decisions, and the difference between tribunals and courts
  • Dealing with an unreasonable ATO case officer
  • The dreaded default assessment
  • The risk of getting it wrong: how the ATO applies penalties and interest




More information:


   5 July | 12 July | 19 July | 2024     Joshua Goldsmith    Slides  
   
   12:30-1:30pm AEST    Live webinar    Recording 
 
   TPB CPD Hours: 3 hours 
 Legislated CPD Hours: To be confirmed at each part
   All Parts $251 (members) | $368 (non- members) 
Individual Parts $99 (members) | $132 (non- members)   
   


 



 



Presented by: 
Joshua Goldsmith

Joshua Goldsmith is a senior lawyer specialising in taxation and commercial advisory. Joshua’s experience is broad and diverse including advising family groups, small cap listed and private companies, and high net wealth individuals. Joshua was a finalist in Lawyers Weekly 30 Under 30 awards (for Taxation) in 2021 and a winner of the Australian Lawyer Rising Star award in 2022, acknowledging that he is a rising star in the tax and legal profession. He is a regular presenter and facilitator at tax related seminars and discussion groups, and has appeared on a number of tax related podcasts.
 
When
5/07/2024 12:30 PM - 19/07/2024 1:30 PM
Where
Online AUSTRALIA
 

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