TaxBanter Tax Training.

We provide a range of training, delivered in both face-to-face and online formats.

Face-to-face Tax Training

In-house Tax Training

Our expert trainers come to you and you choose the topics. A highly effective way of meeting your firm’s tax training needs.

Public Session Tax Training

Public Sessions comprise a Tax Update and Special Topic. Ensure you keep up-to-date with the latest tax changes and network with other tax professionals while attending a session near you

Tax Fundamentals

Presented over two days, Tax Fundamentals face-to-face is highly practical and hands on. Covering a wide variety of topics, this course is best suited for graduates and those seeking a refresher in Tax

Online Tax Training

Live Online Tax Training

Live Online training provides real-time interaction with the trainer and is delivered live to your computer or training room.

Superannuation Training

A comprehensive series that develops Superannuation understanding and knowledge through real-life scenarios and examples.

Tax Fundamentals Online

The face of tax training is changing – online, interactive, flexible and designed for today’s employer and employee.

Tax For BAS Agents & Bookkeepers

A live webinar series designed to provide quality professional development for BAS Agents and Bookkeepers.

Online Recordings

Sometimes attending a face-to-face or Live Online training session at the scheduled time is not possible. We have library of recordings available across a variety of training topics.

Testimonials

"Our trainer tailors our sessions to our needs and allows discussion on more in depth issues particular to our client base."

Valda Glynn

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.”

Nicholas Rodier

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."

Robert Taggart

Brosie Martin Barnett, NSW

The latest from the Banter Blog

Uber v Taxis

Uber v Taxis

On Friday 5 July 2019, the Government’s key component of its election platform, the Personal Income Tax Plan, became law providing further personal tax cuts from 2019.
This article examines the hip pocket impact of the tax cuts on individual taxpayers at different income levels.

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The new personal tax cuts

The new personal tax cuts

On Friday 5 July 2019, the Government’s key component of its election platform, the Personal Income Tax Plan, became law providing further personal tax cuts from 2019.
This article examines the hip pocket impact of the tax cuts on individual taxpayers at different income levels.

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STP myth-busting

STP myth-busting

  Starting to report through STP We are now at the pointy end of implementing STP reporting which has applied to substantial employers (20 or more employees as at 1 April 2018) since 1 July 2018 but has been expanded to include small employers (19 or...

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