Our tax course gives you an in-depth understanding of all the skills you'll need to work in tax. Through comprehensive coursework, you'll have access to real-life case studies to prepare you for your perfect career at ITP Qld.
*Cancellation charges will not apply if we receive notice of cancellation 14 days prior to the start of the course. If we receive the notice of cancellation within 14 days prior to the start of the course, a cancellation charge of 50% of the fees is due. After commencement of course, no refunds are available. ITP reserves the right to cancel or reschedule courses as necessary.
ITP's Tax Training Course covers more tax topics than any other so that you can start your career in tax with confidence.
Who is and who is not a resident for tax purposes, along with who needs to lodge a tax return.
Learn the different income streams including salary and wage, Centrelink, superannuation and lump sum payments, where they are placed in a tax return.
How to complete the Medicare section of the return and why it needs to be completed, along with the rates, and the Medicare Levy Surcharge.
Here we will teach you the different reports available and used within ITP on a daily basis.
The relation to allowances and their relevant deduction, along with other allowable work-related deductions that are able to be claimed legally.
How and where to claim a deduction for personal superannuation contributions.
Learn the different offsets available that will help reduce the amount of tax your clients have to pay.
Certain items need to be depreciated instead of being claimed as an outright expense. Learn what has to be depreciated and how to claim the depreciable amount.
Learn the two different methods of claiming motor vehicle expenses, and what is required to be able to claim each.
What foreign income needs to be included in the return, and how. Including exempt foreign income, income from rental properties or a foreign pension.
Complete a rental property, what income is to be included, and what expenses can be claimed. Learn what items can be depreciated, as well as with what substantiation requirements are needed.
Learn that on the sale of an asset how it is treated within the tax return (whether it be a profit or a loss) and if tax is payable on that amount, and whether it is exempt from Capital Gains Tax.
Takes a close look at personal services income and all forms of small business income and related taxation requirements.
Completion of the Business Worksheet, for those who use an ABN as a Sole Trader, along with the relevant sections of the tax return pertaining to small business.
Understanding of the PAYG system. How to read the report from the ATO, where to put the amount in the return, and the rules for when an amendment can be completed.