Seminars

Presentations such as webinars and seminars are part of the State Revenue Office ongoing education to increase knowledge and awareness of state taxation laws and specific requirements for the individual tax lines.

Related activities include the following:

Graduate Diploma in Legal Studies

The Graduate Diploma in Legal Studies is the Qualification gained by law students after they have completed the Professional Legal Training Program conducted by the Centre of Legal Studies Ltd, Hobart, Tasmania.

The State Revenue Office is one of the organisations that provide presentations to law students; topics include:

Land Tax

The objective of this presentation was to provide students with an understanding of:

  • what Land Tax is, including land classifications;
  • who is required to pay Land Tax;
  • when Land Tax is payable;
  • the recovery of Land Tax and debtor management;
  • grouping of related companies; and
  • common errors and pitfalls.

 

Duties

The objective of this presentation was to provide students with an understanding of:

  • what transactions involve payment of Duties;
  • Duty implications on Transfer of Property;
  • what transactions are treated as transfers;
  • Duty concessions;
  • objections, reviews and appeals; and
  • common errors and pitfalls;
  • Student Notes - Duties and Land Tax.

First Home Owner Grant

The objective of this presentation was to provide students with an understanding of:

  • what the First Home Owner Grant is;
  • who can receive a First Home Owner Grant;
  • the application and payment process; and
  • compliance activities.

Certificate III in Business Administration (Legal)


When required, the State Revenue Office presents to students undertaking study for the Certificate III in Business Administration (Legal) course at the Tas TAFE.

Topics include:

  • overview of the State Revenue Office;
  • compliance activities;
  • what transactions involve payment of Duties;
  • duty implications on transfer of property;
  • what transactions are treated as transfers;
  • impact of probity/privacy legislation on transactions;
  • Tasmanian Revenue Online information with hands on activities; and
  • common errors and pitfalls.
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