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Until recently one thing was for certain ...

COVID-19’s shroud over the nation yielded a $320 billion stimulus suite, unprecedented in its size and scope, to save the jobs of around 6 million Australian workers. But with the $60 billion government blunder, even the rescue package can no longer be counted on.

‘Unprecedented’ is the mantra. The 2020-21 Budget was to be the Budget to put the nation’s economy back in black. However, for the first time since Federation, there will be no Budget this financial year.

But some things never change – and tax returns still need to be submitted by 30 June!

Register now for our Tax Time without a Budget webinar!
The Institute of Public Accountants (IPA) and Thomson Reuters will guide you through the Tax Stimulus Measures with a practical focus on all you need to know for this Tax Time.

Join our live webinar and Q&A, featuring our expert panel:

  • Presenter Tony Greco, General Manager Technical Policy, Institute of Public Accountants
  • Presenter Ian Murray-Jones, Senior Tax Writer, Thomson Reuters
  • Moderator Nathan Lynch, Asia-Pacific Manager, Regulatory Intelligence, Thomson Reuters
Webinar overview

In this webinar our expert panel will guide you through the raft of changes and alert you to issues including:

  • Tax treatment of redundancies, cash flow boost and JobKeeper payments
  • Expediting 2020 returns
  • Financial health of your practice and mental health 
  • Instant asset write-off
  • Foreign residents and main residence exemption 
  • And more, including practical tips and traps.

Be armed with all the information you need to make sound decisions for you and your clients.
Register for this webinar

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Our Speakers
Tony Greco
General Manager Technical Policy,
Institute of Public Accountants
Tony held the position of senior tax consultant with Taxpayers Australia for 8 years prior to becoming its former CEO. Tony commenced his professional career in Chartered Accounting before venturing into the commercial world, working for several large multi national companies in diversified range of senior management positions. More recently he has worked for Tax training organization as tax trainer and consultant. Tony is well known in the industry as a tax trainer, presenter and commentator on tax matters. Tony Greco joined the Institute of Public Accountants (IPA) as the senior tax adviser in 2009 and is the IPA’s representative on a number of peak body forums with Treasury, ATO and Tax Practitioners Board. Tony has participated in numerous Parliamentary inquiries into tax administration and has assisted the Board of Tax on many tax related working committees including Black Economy Taskforce. Tony is currently a member of the advisory panel for the Board of Tax.
Ian Murray-Jones
Senior Tax Writer,
Thomson Reuters

Ian has worked at Thomson Reuters for over 15 years as a senior tax analyst with expertise in income tax and GST. He has been involved in tax publishing for over 25 years. Prior to his tax writing career, Ian worked as a manager for a Big 4 accountancy firm and then with a firm which provided specialist tax advice for the music and recording industry. Ian holds a Bachelor of Economics degree, is a Chartered Accountant and a registered tax agent. Among other things, Ian is the author of the Australian GST Handbook, the GST Commentary Service, the Australian Financial Planning Handbook and the specialist income tax commentary services, as well as being a regular contributor to the news services. 
Nathan Lynch
Asia-Pacific Manager,
Regulatory Intelligence
Thomson Reuters
Nathan Lynch is an experienced writer, public speaker, manager and technology enthusiast in the field of financial regulation and risk management. At Thomson Reuters, Nathan leads a team of experts who provide breaking news, deep analysis and practical guidance to risk practitioners in the global financial services sector. 

Nathan manages Thomson Reuters' award-winning Regulatory Intelligence team across the Asia-Pacific region, tracking developments in financial services law, regulation, financial crime and risk management.

Nathan has been involved in building innovative, tech-based businesses in the financial services "regtech" sector — including Complinet Australia and the Thomson Reuters Risk business.