Many businesses are taking advantage of mobile internet connectivity to migrate their applications to online services that can be accessed anytime, anywhere, and by any device. The 'always on' aspect of these services facilitates real time integration between multiple services and greater workflow automation. The Government's Standard Business Reporting (SBR) Program is a natural fit with this modern business ecosystem, allowing real time exchange of information and reporting obligations direct from business systems. In this presentation, Narelle Luchetti from ATO covers key SBR projects affecting tax practitioners, including the Tax Office’s plans to transition its Electronic Lodgement Service to SBR, as well as what's happening in other federal, state and territory agencies.
Standard Business Reporting (SBR) Policy
Responsible for SBR Policy, Narelle's team provides policy advice to government on matters relating to the enhancement of economic productivity through the implementation of common standards for digital data exchange.
Narelle's team drives a whole-of-government approach to data exchange, to stimulate a more competitive marketplace for business software. They promote, within government, a business-centred view of reporting, and work closely on SBR's engagement with new government agencies and software providers to ensure that SBR's expansion delivers even greater productivity benefits to both business and government.
7.00pm Presentation & Q&A
8.00pm Event close
Monday 14 October 2013
7pm – 8pm (Sydney time)
All you need is a computer with internet connection and web browser. In individual cases you may require a phone. Further details on how to log-on to the webinar will be emailed to you prior to the event.
Complimentary for ACCA members
1 CPD unit
*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..