2013 National GST Intensive | the Tax Institute
The Essential Event for GST Specialists!
The Tax Institute’s annual GST Intensive is the pre-eminent national conference for GST specialists. Travelling again to Melbourne’s beautiful Southbank Promenade, the 2013 Intensive will be held at the centrally located Langham Melbourne Hotel.
Offering you an excellent opportunity to invest in your capabilities, the 2013 GST Intensive is set to be one of the most practitioner focussed yet, and has been designed to cover the areas that we deal with constantly as GST practitioners.
The conference will continue to offer the successful combination of plenary and workshop sessions allowing you to tailor the program to your needs.
· Gordon Brysland on GST and the Ten Commandments
· Jeremy Geale, KPMG, on Fitting a square peg into a round hole – the application of GST to multiparty transactions
· Andrew Orne, ATO, and Geoff Mann, Ashurst, on corrections and adjustments under the self- assessment regime
· Presentations and workshops covering current issues
· Plenty of networking opportunities.
…plus much more.
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Thu 05 September 2013 - Fri 06 September 2013
One Southgate Ave
Southbank VIC 3006
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*One hour of learning is equal to one CPD unit. According to ACCA's CPD policy, you can count this towards your verifiable units if you can apply the learning in your career..