Our Facts on Tax seminars are interactive and engaging, focusing on practical tax issues and scenarios.

  • Mar 04
    4 hours, Mon 1:00 PM - Mon 5:00 PM Distinction Hotels Whangarei
    • $345.00 incl. GST

Description

Registrations are now open for our popular Facts on Tax Series, our series offers you market leading content via our traditional Q&A format.

Our informative 4 hours of Q&A will cover topical tax issues and developments that you need to know about, including:

  • 2018 key tax cases and principles.
  • New loss ring-fencing rules.
  • The latest from the Tax Working Group.
  • What to expect from a capital gains tax.
  • Brightline test - new scenarios.
  • Tax changes for charities.
  • R&D tax credit.
  • Shareholder salaries and attribution rules.
  • Exchange gains and losses on foreign bank accounts.
  • Trust law update.
  • Shareholder agreements.
  • Practical advice for correcting errors in returns.
  • Last six months update.

Our Facts on Tax course includes:

  • 4 hours of traditional Facts on Tax Q&A covering recent key tax developments and topical tax issues.

Target Audience

This course provides essential content for advisors, finance professionals, accountants, lawyers and anyone with an interest in tax.

The course includes practical issues and scenarios that previous attendees have requested. An extensive question and answer booklet is available for download at the end of each session which includes PwC’s view on the scenarios covered and information for you to refer back to. 

In an effort to be environmentally conscious, this year our Facts on Tax answer booklets have been replaced with a print compatible electronic format for all attendees. This electronic format allows you to get the most up to date versions of the questions and answers in a way that is easily accessible and convenient. 

Continuing Professional Development

4 hours CPD

Presenters

Chris Leatham

Chris leads our Financial Advisory Services practice in Wellington. He provides practical business, structuring and tax advice to privately owned businesses. He is a recognised expert in the property industry. A keen runner and tennis player, Chris makes up for his lack of talent with a lot of effort and is currently trying to break 1 hour 30 for a half marathon. He is frustrated by his personal best of 1.30.07!

Ross Nelson

Ross is a Partner in our Financial Advisory Services practice in Wellington. He has a background in tax and works primarily with privately owned businesses from startups through to mature enterprises. When he gets the chance you are most likely to find him on Wellington’s south coast running, diving or attempting to wear out his two young boys. He also enjoys watching married at first sight, but not as much as Chris.

Teresa Kenny

Teresa is a Director in our Auckland Office. She has a background in corporate taxation and now focusses on working with privately owned businesses and individuals. TK specialises in property and land tax and structuring. TK is a dedicated cricket fan but in the off season she likes to travel and catch up with family and friends.

Louis McLennan 

Louis works with a wide range of New Zealand privately owned businesses across different sectors and at various stages of the business life cycle. With over 12 years experience working as a tax adviser in New Zealand and abroad, Louis’ specialist areas include private businesses of scale, fast growth clients, family offices with passive wealth and the financial services, property and technology sectors. Louis is a keen musician having played guitar all his life and having recently taken up the banjo (to his wife’s horror!).


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