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$1.6m super transfer balance cap
by Ben Miller, Senior Writer, Wolters Kluwer CCH The following article
first appeared in Taxation in Australia, Volume 51(10), May 2017.  Abstract: With the announcement of the federal Budget on 2
May 2016, superannuation laws regarding pensions were tipped...

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A different type of tax education
by Noel Rowland * Structured education from The Tax Institute fills a gap in the market – with a practical, applied approach that cannot be found elsewhere. For many years, The Tax Institute provided specialised training and professional development for peo...

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Member profile - Mark Lowis CTA
Mark Lowis CTA is Special Counsel in the Private Advisory division of Mills Oakley in Brisbane. His areas of specialty include income tax, stamp duty, trusts and succession. He has been a member of The Tax Institute since 2014. We asked Mark about his life ...

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‘Relevance of Tax Issues to the FIRB Process’ - the National Infrastructure Conference
Day two of 2017’s National Infrastructure Conference features
a panel discussion looking at the ‘ Relevance of Tax Issues to the Foreign
Investment Review Board Process ’. Covering the process by which FIRB decisions
are made, it looks at the interaction an...

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Complimentary technical paper for April - 'I think (I'm a small business), therefore I am. Know your thresholds!'
Each month, members of The Tax Institute can access a complimentary, recently-published technical paper that provides up-to-date information on a relevant issue for tax professionals. April’s paper was I think (I’m a small business), therefore I am. Know yo...

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Paving the way for Australia’s infrastructure sector - The 2017 National Infrastructure Conference
The first ATO Taxpayer Alert
for the year has packed a punch for Australia’s infrastructure sector.
Following the controversial release of Taxpayer Alert TA 2017/1 and the hotly
anticipated draft of the Australian Tax Framework, stapled structures are now,

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10th Annual NSW Tax Forum - A closer look at Australia's largest tax program
The NSW Tax Forum is the largest tax program in Australia,
making it a must attend event for the profession. With the event now only weeks
away, here’s a closer look at some of the Forum’s key sessions and presenters ,
from the corporate, SME and ‘hot topic...

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