Keeping you informed and at the forefront of your profession
CPDpro is your no-fuss pathway to fulfilling the continuing professional development (CPD) requirements of the Tax Practitioners Board (TPB). This member-only subscription takes away the burden of having to search for CPD events.
Monthly Tax Update
Presented by Ken Mansell, you will be taken through recent key new cases, new legislation and regulator developments that have occurred over the previous month. You will get practical insights to help you understand how these changes will affect you and your clients. These informative webinars will help you to make practical decisions about what’s best for your clients and the direction of your practice.
- Critical “watch” points taken from legislation, case law and ATO rulings
- Summaries of pending and enacted legislation, with expert commentary
- The practical implications of the latest court and tribunal decisions, and ATO rulings, interpretations and guidance.
PLEASE NOTE: CPDpro and membership of Tax & Super Australia go hand-in-hand.
The yearly membership of Tax & Super Australia is renewed annually on 1 May. As membership is a prerequisite when subscribing to the CPDpro service, it is important to note that your subscription covers the same period as membership. However, initialising a subscription part way through the yearly membership period does not mean you lose out on any of your benefits. All webinars are recorded, and access to these recordings is provided as part of your subscription — therefore no valuable CPD hours are lost. Note also that every CPDpro monthly newsletter is archived and made accessible.
Ken currently works in a part-time capacity for both the Australian and Solomon Island government on tax policy and provides tax and super education for a series of organisations. He has previously worked on the secretariat of the Henry Review and in the office of the Assistant Treasurer as a tax advisor. Ken has also worked in the tax division for both KPMG and Deloitte, as a tax trainer and tax specialist for the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia and as the head of taxation for the Seven Network Limited group and Raytheon Australia. Further, he has worked as a legal researcher in both commercial and academic role.