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  • Webinars

    Webinars are interactive online seminars, presented by experienced tax officers to help you learn more about your tax and superannuation responsibilities. If you register for one of our live sessions, you can ask questions to help you apply the information to your situation.

    Registering for a webinar

    The following table provides session details and links to relevant registration pages on WebEx.

    Once you select the event you would like to attend, you will be taken to the event information screen where you can register for the webinar. After registering, a confirmation email will be sent to the email address you provided.

    Webinar schedule





    Small business webinars

    See small business webinars

    Our key topics for small business webinar series is split into 12 topics. These sessions are suitable if you are either:

    • just starting a business or thinking about starting a new business
    • wanting to update your knowledge.

    To register, visit small business webinars

    Small business

    Annual vacancy fee

    Wednesday, 5 September 2018, 10:00amExternal Link

    This webinar provides an overview of the foreign investment residential real estate annual vacancy fee and includes a demonstration of the vacancy fee form.

    The webinar covers:

    • what the annual vacancy fee is and how it applies
    • vacancy fee return lodgment obligations
    • how to lodge the vacancy fee return.


    Tax professionals

    GST at settlement

    Thursday 6 September 2018, 2.00pmExternal Link

    This webinar will focus on the GST at settlement process for purchasers and suppliers. We will also cover some of the issues we have identified with forms received so far and the queries received from industry since the measure has come into effect.

    Conveyancers, Solicitors, Tax professionals, Property developers

    Webinar recordings

    To access a recording of a previous webinar visit our atoTV webinar channelExternal Link.

    Last modified: 06 Sep 2018QC 21133