Accounting and tax implications of the COVID-19 stimuli

A one-hour refresher on tax and accounting treatments of the COVID-19 stimulus measures to date. 

JobKeeper 2.0 is just around the corner – and TSA will be bringing you a live webinar to go through all the details of that next week, so stay tuned.

In the meantime, now’s an opportune time to revisit the tax and accounting implications of the government stimulus measures to date this year.

Originally recorded two months ago, our ‘Accounting and tax implications’ webinar covered a lot of ground that’s still highly relevant for these professions – including:
  • Tax implications of the Cash Flow Boost and JobKeeper payments. 
  • Accounting entries in relation to these payments. 
  • Treatment by various entity types. 
  • Discussion of the particular issues involving the receipt of the coronavirus stimulus payments by trusts and the distribution of these amounts to beneficiaries. 
  • Treatment of the second Cash Flow Boost. 
  • Treatment for eligible business participants. 

We’re re-screening this important webinar for the benefit of all those who missed out on the original session. In addition to accessing the webinar recording, registrants will be able to download the presentation slides as well as our full ‘In Depth’ notes (49 pages, PDF format), which deep-dive into the topics in further detail.

$29.95 for members | $49.95 for non-members

Presented by: Mark Morris

Mark Morris is the principal of Morris and Associates, co-chair of the ATO’s Digital Implementation Group and a member of the ATO's FBT Working Group and Tax Practitioner Stewardship Group. He is also a registered tax agent, practising accountant and has been admitted to practice as a Barrister and Solicitor in the State of Victoria. Mark has more than 36 years’ experience in the tax profession and is a regular speaker and author on tax matters.

18/09/2020 12:30 PM - 18/09/2020 1:30 PM
Online, Australia

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