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Tax e-Learning demo on CGT Small business concessions by expert program author Ray Cummings.
Generous CGT concessions allow small businesses to reduce their capital gain and also boost their super when they sell their business assets. So, what’s not to like? The tough eligibility rules are a minefield that require delicate handling.

Here Ray Cummings, expert author of Checkpoint Tax e-Learning takes you through CGT on small business concessions, one of the program’s 15 modules designed to provide both CPD points and valuable practical guidance.
Webinar overview

Thomson Reuters’ Checkpoint Tax e-Learning is a program that:

  • Combines CPD points with instructive step-by-step guidance for practitioners
  • Is a tax-specific curriculum tailored to three levels of practice experience
  • Enables you and your staff to learn on the job anytime, anywhere
  • Uses interactive learning plus practical tools to apply to your everyday practice and client interactions.
Our Presenter
Ray Cummings
Founding Principal
Greenoak Advisory
Ray is the Founding Principal of Greenoak Advisory, a specialist tax advisory practice.

Ray has over thirty five years’ experience as a tax specialist including 15 years as a Tax Partner at Pitcher Partners in Melbourne. Over the years Ray has advised many high wealth individuals, public and private businesses and their advisors, with a particular focus on transactions and tax disputes.

In addition, Ray is a seasoned presenter and trainer and is highly regarded for his technical insights and ability to hone in on key practical issues.
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