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2019 Income Tax Basics Day 2 Online Seminar


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The NTAA’s Income Tax Basics Day 2 seminar for 2019 is available as an online seminar. 

  • Watch where you want, when you want and as many times as you want
  • Valid for 270 days (the timer will not start until you commence the video)
  • Includes software and PDF copy of seminar notes 
  • 6.5 hours of CPD
  • Free Hotline Call

Whether you need your graduates brought up to speed or maybe someone needs a refresher – this practical seminar focuses on understanding the Business Related Return. 

This seminar primarily focuses on both the fundamental tax technical and practical concepts of a tax reconciliation required to complete the 2019 company (‘C’)  income tax return. Time is also dedicated to understanding the 2019 partnership and trust returns, with detailed and practical case studies focusing on the 2019 ‘statement of distribution’ requirements.

Day 2 Seminar Topics:

  • The Small Business Entity Rules
  • Income
  • Rules affecting Company Tax in 2019
  • Expenses
  • The Tax Reconciliation Process
  • Calculation Statement
  • Dealing with the Simplified Imputation System
  • CGT for Small Business
  • Trusts and Partnerships

This online seminar also includes a comprehensive case study, showing the process of completing the Business Return using the information contained in the financial accounts of a company.

Complete with the comprehensive seminar notes you expect from NTAA, our Income Tax Basics seminars provide you with CPD AND you can watch them when you want and where you want.

You will have 270 days to watch this seminar, but the timer won't start until you commence the video.

Price includes comprehensive notes and one FREE call to our Tax Hotline.

For an additional $20 you can receive a hard copy of the seminar notes. Click here to purchase the Online Seminar with printed notes.