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Abbreviated seminar key          

ITB |   Income Tax Basics
  SS |
 Super Schools
 
 
THS |   Tax Hot Spots     TAP |  Tax and Property          
TS |   Tax Schools     TSAP |  Tax Structures & Asset Protection          
FBT |   Fringe Benefits Tax   CGT |  Capital Gains Tax        
GST |   Goods and Services Tax                


These notes are intended to be a guide only. None of the comments contained in these seminar notes are intended to be advice, whether legal, financial or professional. You should not act solely on the basis of the information contained in these notes because many aspects of the material have been generalised and the tax laws apply differently to different people in difference circumstances. Further, as tax and related laws change frequently, there may have been changes to the law since the notes were written. Specific advice should always be obtained from a tax professional.