EOFY 2020 – Personal and SME Tax Tips
- Personal & Professional Development
- CPD: 1 Hours
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Are you wondering what Covid-19 tax implications will affect your personal and small business this end of financial year?
Vanessa Priest from Baskin Clarke Priest Chartered Accountants joins us for an update and tips on:
• Working from home claims
• Investors and crystallising capital losses experienced in Covid-19
• How you treat Job keeper, job seeker and cash flow boost
• Trust resolutions
• Changes to depreciation and write off of capital purchases, and a
• General round up of year end for employees and small businesses
Moderated by John Jeffery SA FIN, Head of Business Development & Membership Services
This presentation contains general information only, and Baskin Clarke Priest Pty Limited is not, by means of this presentation, rendering professional advice or services. Before making any decisions or taking any action that may affect your finances or your business, you should consult a qualified professional adviser. Baskin Clarke Priest Pty Limited shall not be responsible for any loss whatsoever sustained by any person who relies on this presentation.
Speaker: Vanessa Priest Dip.Teach, B.Com, M.Tax, CA
Vanessa has more than 20 years experience as a tax specialist and has an interest in the tax and succession issues faced by privately owned enterprises and family groups.
She has extensive knowledge in areas such as tax structuring, cross border issues, asset acquisitions and divestments, and tax issues arising for trusts.
She has written and presented many papers for key professional associations, such as the Tax Institute of Australia. Vanessa was a partner at Deloitte Private and prior to that was a partner at BDO and Crowe Horwath.
Vanessa is a Chartered Accountant and has degrees in Teaching, Commerce (majoring in Accounting and Economics) and a Masters in Tax Law. She is a member of the Taxation Institute of Australia, Westminster Tax Discussion Group and a representative member of the ATO Small Business Tax Working Group.