BOOK-SMART TO WORK-SMART WEBINAR

BOOK-SMART TO
WORK-SMART WEBINAR
Structures: Companies, trusts and partnerships
CPD hours: 1 hr
Date: Wednesday 03 June 2015
Time: 12.30pm – 1.30pm AEST (please check your location for timing)
Online: access details and materials to be provided 48hours prior to the session
What is the webinar about?
The Book-smart to Work-smart concept is designed to help young tax practitioners with the
challenges they face early in their tax career.
In this webinar, Stuart Le Cornu, CTA, Crowe Horwath will cover the following:
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Assessing your client’s situation using the information available
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Using case studies, explore the pros and cons of each structure
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Deciding on the best structure for your clients.
Who should attend?
This webinar is particularly relevant to early career professionals with limited experience in
tax. This session will review important tax issues for those recently out of study or those new
to tax and will provide attendees with the opportunity to explore the practical issues faced by
tax practitioners.
Presenter
Stuart Le Cornu, CTA, Crowe Horwath
Stuart Le Cornu, CTA, has more than 15 years’ experience providing complex tax advice to
clients at Crowe Horwath. He works with a diverse client base that includes high net wealth
individuals, trusts, large private and foreign-controlled entities spanning a variety of industries.
Stuart helps clients with all areas of income tax, GST, FBT and superannuation. He also
provides specialist advice in applying CGT concessions for small businesses, ATO audits and
risk reviews, creating tax-effective business structures, international taxation, and trust
structures.
Book-smart to work-smart Webinar: Structures
03 June 2015 | Online
2150603M1/WD
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Member
Non member
Individual Registration
$50
$50
For event enquiries, please contact Cherish Renshaw on 02 8223 0014 or [email protected]
1 CPD hour allocated for each session. CPD hours will be allocated to the designated attendees.
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Date of issue: May 2015