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TaxBanter provides effective professional tax training to businesses of all sizes throughout Australia.
Delivered by highly experienced industry experts and supported by comprehensive technical materials, TaxBanter’s tax training allows you to earn valuable CPE/CPD hours.
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TaxBanter is proud to have some of Australia’s most experienced and knowledgeable tax trainers. All of our staff have extensive experience delivering tax courses, as well as strong backgrounds in professional practice
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We’re known for the quality of our tax trainers. Our combined pool of trainers offers exceptional levels of variety, specialisation and experience in all areas of tax law. Meet our trainers.
"Our trainer tailors our sessions to our needs and allows discussion on more in depth issues particular to our client base."
MRG Redshaw, QLD
“We like the interaction with the trainers, their ability to answer questions from the floor and details provided in the training materials.”
M V Anderson & Co, WA
"Our trainer presents complex issues in a manner that enables discussion, understanding, and the ability to further investigate through the use of the comprehensive notes."
Brosie Martin Barnett, NSW
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