Important notice - COVID-19 update

Public session tax training.

High quality, comprehensive tax training delivered by some of Australia’s leading tax trainers.

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17 locations across Australia

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Earn valuable CPD/CPE hours

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Our trainers are leading tax experts

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Cost effective

Get access to some of Australia’s best tax trainers in various locations across Australia.

Our public session tax training is designed for smaller practices and sole practitioners, covering a monthly tax update and special topic.

Public sessions are run in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide and Darwin, as well as various regional cities around Australia.

Our Public Sessions will keep you up-to-date with the latest tax changes while you earn valuable CPE/CPD hours.

Find your session now.

What are the benefits of TaxBanter public training sessions?

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Focused on the tax needs of SME clients.

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Supported by practical yet comprehensive tax training materials.

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Developed and delivered by highly experienced tax professionals who are also skilled trainers.

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Assist firms with recruitment and retention of employees through commitment to quality training.

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Designed to ensure staff learning outcomes and enjoyment are maximised.

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Full series registrations receive access to the TaxBanter Tax Library, our online database of Tax Update and Special Topic content.

The program

Conducted by industry experts, this practical training comprises of a Tax Update and Special Topic. You can view our full list of Special Topics our Special Topics page.

Attendees will be updated on recent tax issues and learn about the practical impact of recent tax changes. You will also learn how to apply these changes in a client context and discover how to recognise planning opportunities as a result of the changes. Tax Updates cover important tax issues such as:

  • Income tax, including CGT
  • Other taxes such as GST and FBT
  • Tax administration
  • State taxes
  • Superannuation

The session will also provide a practical and detailed analysis of a topical area of tax law or practice.

Examples include:

  • FBT — What’s new and what is still important?
  • Impact of the company tax cuts on franking dividends
  • Work related travel expenses
  • Managing a risky business
  • Moving assets out of trusts

Pricing

Public session tax training prices start from $209.00 (inc. GST) per person, per session.

Session duration and pricing vary depending on your location. For more details about a specific location, check out our list of locations below and select your desired option.

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Important notice: COVID-19 Update

With the easing of social distancing restrictions, we will be resuming face-to-face public training sessions in New South Wales, Queensland and South Australia from July 1, 2020.

The resumption of face-to-face sessions in Western Australia and Victoria has been delayed until the end of the year. Live online sessions will be offered instead.

Thank you for your patience during this uncertain time; client safety is of utmost importance to us. Please call us at 03 9660 3500 or email us at  enquiries@taxbanter.com.au with any questions or concerns.

2020 public tax training sessions

Click on your desired location below and register for the full series to receive a 15% discount, or register for individual sessions.

New South Wales

Queensland

Western Australia

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South Australia & Northern Territory

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Tasmania & ACT

LiveOnline delivery, or enquire about In-House training.

General FAQ

How much do the public sessions cost?

Prices start from $209.00 (inc. GST) per person.

How long do public training sessions go for?

Sessions run for 2 hours (some location-specific sessions run longer than 2 hours).

Do public training sessions qualify for CPD/CPE hours?

Yes, one hour of training is equal to one CPD/CPE point.

What's covered in a public tax training session?

Each session comprises of a Tax Update and Special Topic. 

  • Tax Updates include:
  • Income tax, including CGT
  • Other taxes such as GST and FBT
  • Tax administration
  • State taxes
  • Superannuation

Special Topic examples include:

  • FBT — What’s new and what is still important?
  • Impact of the company tax cuts on franking dividends
  • Work related travel expenses
  • Managing a risky business
  • Moving assets out of trusts