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Cost: $1,005 (inc. gst)

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A series of 5 webinars on the following topics:

  • GST fundamentals, common errors and update on legislative developments – Thursday 23 April 2020 – 7am – 9am (Australian EST)
  • FBT – Fringe Benefit Tax – Thursday 7 May 2020 – 7am – 9am (Australian EST)
  • PAYE and WHT matters, and the taxation of allowances – Thursday 11 June 2020 – 7am – 9am (Australian EST)
  • Tax Compliance foundation – introduction – 13 May 2020 – 7am – 9am (Australian EST)
  • Tax Compliance foundation – Case Study – 20 May 2020 – 7am – 9am (Australian EST)

Register for all of 5 of our webinars by purchasing the webinar series or choose between the individual session options.

If you can’t join our live webinars, don’t worry! Register below and we will provide you with a link to the recording.
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Course overview...

 

 

GST fundamentals, common errors and update on legislative developments

This webinar will be a good refresher of fundamental principles, along with an overview of current areas of Inland Revenue interest and recent developments. We will also cover the recent GST Policy Issues paper issued by Inland Revenue.

FBT – Fringe Benefit Tax

This webinar will focus on FBT compliance including:

  • An overview of the key FBT legislative provisions
  • The key considerations for employers in respect of the provision of motor vehicles, supported with observations from Inland Revenue’s 2017 Interpretation Statement.
  • How to approach the more challenging areas of FBT compliance, such as the provision of group life insurance, discounted goods and services etc..
  • Lessons learnt from Inland Revenue audits, particularly in relation to appropriate policies, procedures and controls.
  • An overview of the different calculation methodologies and providing an understanding on when to use each option.

PAYE and WHT matters, and the taxation of allowances

This webinar focuses on PAYE, KiwiSaver and schedular tax matters. Specific areas for discussion will include:

  • The principles underpinning the taxation of allowances and reimbursements.
  • Practical considerations enabling you to have confidence that your organisation is correctly identifying taxable remuneration.
  • A discussion on the tax issues associated with the provision of discounted or free accommodation to employees.
  • Topical KiwiSaver and ESCT matters.
  • The challenges around WHT compliance.
  • Our experience from recent Inland Revenue audits.

This webinar will also provide coverage of the core legislative provisions and recent developments including in relation to contractors. Case studies will be used to illustrate.

Tax Compliance foundation – introduction

Our Tax Compliance foundation webinar is a quick and efficient way to get up to speed on your organisation’s tax compliance requirements. Ideal for employees who would like a refresher on tax compliance, or are new to an in-house tax or finance team.

This webinar will focus on Tax Compliance including:

  • Corporate income tax introduction including key principles and filing requirements
  • Managing provisional tax, preventing penalties and maximising interest outcomes
  • Interacting with IRD including dealing with errors
  • This webinar is aimed at those with day-to-day tax compliance responsibilities. The course has a flexible and interactive format and is able to be tailored to meet the needs of the attendees.

Tax Compliance foundation – Case Study

Our Tax compliance foundation case study will be a hands on opportunity for attendees to cover a corporate income tax case study giving them practical examples of how to deal with common tax adjustments and risk areas.

This webinar is aimed at those with day-to-day tax compliance responsibilities. The webinar has a flexible and interactive format and is able to be tailored to meet the needs of the attendees.

There are no prerequisites for this course.

This series is designed for all business personnel who have responsibility for GST, FBT, and PAYE and withholding tax matters. This may include Human Resources, Payroll, Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable staff.

To enrol in the complete series, please click here

To purchase GST fundamentals only – click here

To purchase FBT – Fringe Benefit Tax only – click here

To purchase PAYE and WHT matters, and the taxation of allowances only – click here

To purchase Tax Compliance foundation – introduction only – click here

To purchase Tax Compliance foundation – Case Study only – click here

Senior PwC New Zealand Tax Specialists will present and facilitate the workshops, including:

Tom McCallum

Tom is an experienced tax adviser.  He started his his career with PwC in London in 2003 before moving to Wellington, New Zealand in 2009.  He has wide experience in advising his clients on complex tax issues as well as focussing on the annual compliance processes and the challenges these bring. Tom has a broad base of clients transcending many different industries including multinationals, listed companies, high net worth individuals, private businesses and partnerships.   

Ian Rowe 

Ian (PwC Tax Director) has over 30 years experience in working with fund managers, investment advisors and high net wealth individuals on the taxation of investments. His specialist areas are the taxation of PIE’s and the Foreign Investment Fund (FIF) tax rules. Ian leads the PwC Wellington GST and Customs practice. He has extensive indirect tax experience developed over his many years of working in these areas and is taking a close interest in the Customs and Excise Act review particularly where potential overlap occurs between Customs and Inland Revenue involvement in valuations and GST collection.

Annabel Duncan

Annabel is a Senior Manager in the Indirect Tax Team in Wellington and now based in Nelson.  She works alongside Phil and Michelle. Annabel has extensive experience advising on Local Government Indirect Tax issues including GST, PAYE and FBT.

Josie Goddard

Josie  is a Senior Manager in the Indirect Tax Team in Wellington and works alongside Phil and Michelle. Josie specialises in Employment taxes and has been pivotal in helping our clients understand and move to Payday Filing. Josie also has extensive experience in Local Government tax issues area having advised numerous Local Authorities over the last 6 years.

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