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A TaxBanter podcast

A TaxBanter podcast

Location:

Australia

Description:

A TaxBanter podcast

Twitter:

@taxbanter

Language:

English


Episodes

Tax Yak – Episode 61 – Cryptocurrency and tax

5/25/2022
Michael Bode talks to Danny Talwar of Koinly about the everchanging world of cryptocurrency, digital assets and tax.

Duration:00:58:12

Tax Yak – Episode 60 – Fringe Benefits Tax

3/8/2022
In this episode of Tax Yak, Nicole Rowan chats with Michael Carruthers from the Knowledge Shop and Lee-Ann Hayes from TaxBanter about Fringe Benefits Tax (FBT). With the end of the FBT year approaching, we’re checking in on the tax and reporting obligations of employers when they provide fringe benefits to their employees and we’ll also be catching up on changes in the FBT space.

Duration:00:46:05

Tax Yak – Episode 59 – STP Phase 2

1/31/2022
In this episode of Tax Yak, Nicole Rowan chats with Haydon Green, Director of Single Touch Payroll, Policy & Content at the Australian Taxation Office, about the implementation of STP Phase 2. Haydon is a director at the ATO and his extensive experience in tax administration and policy development has seen him involved in Single … Tax Yak – Episode 59 – STP Phase 2 Read More »

Duration:00:56:21

Tax Yak – Episode 58 – Personal Insolvency – Managing your outstanding debts

12/2/2021
In this episode of Tax Yak, Neil Jones yaks with Nick Mellos (Grant Thornton) about the implications of personal insolvency and debt management. Host: Neil Jones Guest: Nick Mellos (Grant Thornton) Recorded: 1 December 2021

Duration:00:26:46

Tax Yak – Episode 57 – Asset protection – A risky business!

11/10/2021
In this episode of Tax Yak, Neil Jones yaks with Scott Anderson (Worrells) and Nicole Rowan (Senior TaxBanter trainer) about the risky business of asset protection. Host: Neil Jones, Managing Director and Senior Tax Trainer (TaxBanter) – Neil on LinkedIn Guests: Scott Anderson (Partner & insolvency practitioner, Worrells) and Nicole Rowan (Senior Tax Trainer, TaxBanter) Recorded: 10 November 2021

Duration:00:33:28

Tax Yak – Episode 56 – Employer Superannuation

10/21/2021
In this episode of Tax Yak, Nicole Rowan chat with Emma Rosenzweig, Superannuation and Employer Obligations Deputy Commissioner at the Australian Taxation Office about recent and upcoming changes to Employer Superannuation.

Duration:01:03:28

Tax Yak – Episode 55 – LCR 2021/2 Non Arms Length Expenses: The ATO Finalises its view

8/29/2021
In this episode of Tax Yak, Neil Jones yaks with Craig McCormick about the ATO finalised views on the amendments to the Non Arms Length Income rules and how non Arms length expenses can impact Superannuation Funds. Neil and Craig explore the ATO's LCR 2021/2 and what it means for Super fund members and their advisers.

Duration:00:34:04

Tax Yak – Episode 54 – WRE Mythbusting updated

8/5/2021
In this episode of Tax Yak, two of our Senior Tax Trainers gather to correct some of the misinformation around work-related expenses (WRE). They also discuss important changes to making WRE claims, and explain what can and cannot be claimed. A useful reminder for accountants and taxpayers alike! Host: Lynne Gibson, Senior Tax Trainer (TaxBanter) … Tax Yak – Episode 54 – WRE Mythbusting updated Read More »

Duration:01:04:25

Tax Yak – Episode 53 – Catching up on cases #2 – the medical world

5/3/2021
Nicole yaks with Graeme Prowse (Director of Webb Martin Consulting and TaxEd) about a few of the biggest tax cases in the medical industry over the past 20 years – Healius, Optical Superstore and Moffet. Is a medico operating from a health service aggregator (e.g. a super clinic) technically an employee? What are the superannuation … Tax Yak – Episode 53 – Catching up on cases #2 – the medical world Read More »

Duration:01:04:24

Tax Yak – Episode 52: Division 328 – Small Business Tax Concessions

3/23/2021
Division 328 – Small Business Tax Concessions were introduced several years ago to simplify the taxation rules for small businesses. A lot has changed since then – albeit temporarily for some measures. The team provides an overview of who can use Division 328, what concessions are available and whether the measures are compulsory or optional. Host: Lee-Ann Hayes Guests: Michael … Tax Yak – Episode 52: Division 328 – Small Business Tax Concessions Read More »

Duration:00:34:00

Tax Yak – Episode 51: PCG 2021/D2 Guidance for Distribution of Professional Firm Profits

3/9/2021
After more than three years, the ATO has released the new guidelines for the distribution of professional firm profits. Lee-Ann and the Michaels will discuss how the new guidelines will compare to the previous guidance, who can rely on the guidance, how the new guidelines work and what it means to be covered by the … Tax Yak – Episode 51: PCG 2021/D2 Guidance for Distribution of Professional Firm Profits Read More »

Duration:00:45:37

Tax Yak – Episode 50: GST tricks, traps and time bombs

1/26/2021
In this episode of Tax Yak, George Housakos yaks with Nick Kallinikios, Consulting Director at ShineWing Australia and GST Director at Cornwalls, about Australia’s Goods and Services Tax. Nick is an accredited GST specialist, having commenced his tax career at the ATO in 1983, before joining the in-house tax team at a big four bank … Tax Yak – Episode 50: GST tricks, traps and time bombs Read More »

Duration:01:23:48

Tax Yak – Episode 49: Role of the Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman in small business tax matters

12/10/2020
In this episode of Tax Yak, Neil Jones yaks with Dr Craig Latham, Deputy Ombudsman for the Australian Small business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman (ASBFEO). The role of the ASBFEO in small business tax matters may not be well known and Neil and Craig explore the way that the ASBFEO can support small businesses, particularly … Tax Yak – Episode 49: Role of the Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman in small business tax matters Read More »

Duration:00:41:45

Tax Yak – Episode 48: When is an individual taxpayer a resident for taxation purposes?

11/1/2020
When is an individual taxpayer a resident taxpayer? This is a question fraught with complexity. The team discuss the four tests legislated and reflect on guidance issued by the courts in relation to the application of these tests. Subsequently Lee-Ann and the Michaels discuss the recent changes proposed by the board of taxation and how … Tax Yak – Episode 48: When is an individual taxpayer a resident for taxation purposes? Read More »

Duration:00:49:32

Tax Yak – Episode 47: Division 7A Subdivision DB, Section 109 Q and common Division 7A tricks and traps

8/3/2020
In this episode of Tax Yak, George Housakos yaks with Arthur Athanasiou, Tax Partner at Thomson Geer, about Division 7A. Arthur takes us on a deep dive into the Division 7A relief as they are increasingly relevant to our tax yak audience due to impact of COVID-19. He also provides some timely reminders to tax … Tax Yak – Episode 47: Division 7A Subdivision DB, Section 109 Q and common Division 7A tricks and traps Read More »

Duration:00:49:45

Tax Yak – Episode 46: Government Stimulus Response to the Coronavirus and other Tax Measures

7/28/2020
In this episode of Tax Yak, Neil Jones yaks with The Honorable Michael Sukkar MP about the Government’s response to the Coronavirus Pandemic. It was only in December 2019 that the MYEFO was handed down; Australia was planning to return to surplus, and the Federal Budget was scheduled for May. How has 2020 unfolded from … Tax Yak – Episode 46: Government Stimulus Response to the Coronavirus and other Tax Measures Read More »

Duration:00:26:26

Tax Yak – Episode 45: Work-related expenses mythbusting

7/20/2020
In this episode of Tax Yak, a number of our Senior Tax Trainers gather to correct some of the misinformation around Work Related Expenses (WRE). They also discuss important changes to making WRE claims, and explain what can and cannot be claimed. A useful reminder for Accountants and Taxpayers alike. Host: Lynne Gibson Guests: Lee-Ann … Tax Yak – Episode 45: Work-related expenses mythbusting Read More »

Duration:00:45:53

Tax Yak – Episode 44: Singapore Tax Law

7/9/2020
How different is the Singapore Taxation system from the Australian Taxation System? In this episode of Tax Yak, Lee and the Michaels yak with Adrian Sham to understand the workings of the Singapore Tax System. The discussion covers a broad introduction of the Singapore Taxation system, including the basis of the law, tax treatment of … Tax Yak – Episode 44: Singapore Tax Law Read More »

Duration:01:26:26

Tax Yak – Episode 43: Public practice from a client’s point of view

6/3/2020
In this episode of Tax Yak, the Michaels yak with Ollie Visser about about his experience in public practice and now as a CFO of a large firm. The discussion covers client relationship management and how to improve the relationship with clients. Further Ollie and the Michaels discuss how clients best utilise their accountant to make … Tax Yak – Episode 43: Public practice from a client’s point of view Read More »

Duration:00:43:02

Tax Yak – Episode 42: Not-for-profits and the economic stimulus measures

5/28/2020
In this episode of Tax Yak, Michael Doran of TaxEd speaks with Jennifer Moltisanti of the Australian Taxation Office about the range of economic stimulus measures to support Not-for-profits. This episode will assist accounting practitioners to manage tax related matters for their NFP and charity clients, including eligibility, enrolment and reporting for the JobKeeper payment … Tax Yak – Episode 42: Not-for-profits and the economic stimulus measures Read More »

Duration:00:43:28