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Taxes in the Time of COVID: What can you claim? [ATTEND REMOTELY]

Wednesday, 24 June, 2020 @ 4:30pm 6:00pm AWST


Registrations are closed for this event


*** IMPORTANT INFORMATION ****
This session will be delivered via digital teleconference. Instructions on downloading the software required will be sent to you before the session. It’s best if you have access to a phone, tablet or desktop with video and microphone capabilities, although an audio-only format is also possible. There are also limited positions available for in-person attendance – you may register for that here.

ABOUT THIS SESSION:
While you may know what you can claim in a “normal” year – what can you claim as a result of working from home or from expenses due to COVID-19?

Salim Pradhan from Prestige Partners Chartered Accountants will do his level best to inject some excitement into what is a rather dry topic, and that topic is Tax!

He will run through all the possible tax deductions to help minimise your tax this year as well as letting you know what you can and can’t claim on your tax return. He will also touch on how super and negative gearing works and then conclude with answering your tax-related questions at the end of the session.

This is a timely session as tax time is just around the corner, so make sure you register and hopefully you can pick up something useful from the session.


The value of this session is $150.

Members: As an IEUA Member you can register for Professional Learning sessions and attend them for ‘free’ as your membership includes this benefit.

Non-members: You also receive a substantial discount by being offered attendance at $50 per session. If you sign up before the session(s) or on the day, you will receive $50 off your union membership fees for your first year. This is great value as you then receive all the benefits of union membership, including future PL sessions at no cost.

Your Facilitator is: Salim Pradham from Prestige Partners Chartered Accountants