Tax Tuesday - Myth Busting ABNs and PAYG

Tuesday, 15 August 2017, 01:00 pm — Tuesday, 15 August 2017, 01:00 pm


Location Three76 Hub, 376 Hunter St, Newcastle
Contact Siobhan.Curran@newcastle.edu.au

Tax. It’s one of two certainties in life, but unlike death, it’s not something you need to fear! Our friends at the Newcastle branch of the Australian Tax Office are here to help make meeting your tax obligations easy with Tax Tuesday seminars at Three76 Hub.

In this lunchtime session you will learn about:

  • Why the Australian Business Register (ABR) and your Australian Business Number (ABN) matters
  • Understanding the difference is between contractor and employee
  • Managing Pay As You Go (PAYG) tax instalments and your cash flow

Grab a sandwich on us and learn to make tax work for you, not the other way around. Who said there's no such thing as a free lunch?

Presenters

Graham Hill is the Assistant Director of the ABR Identification Team at the Newcastle branch of the Australian Tax Office. Since he began working at the ATO in 1982 Graham has seen an enormous amount of change take place across the organisation having worked on ATO modernisation projects to ensure the organisation moves along with technology and growing business and consumer expectations. His team, along with others located around the country, review ABN holdings to ensure that the Australian Business Register saves businesses time and effort.

Neil Rixon is the Business Support & Marketing, Pay As You Go instalments at the Newcastle branch of the Australian Tax Office. Neil has worked in the Newcastle ATO for over 30 years. In that time, Neil has worked in numerous client-contact positions and provided significant coaching, mentoring and training of internal permanent and temporary staff. He has also provided face-to-face advice and assistance to tax agents, Tax Help volunteers, and those undertaking local Business Enterprise Centre mentoring. Neil has been a part of Pay As You Go instalments since 2010.

Program Partners

UON is proud to be able to bring these seminars to you via the NSW State Government's Boosting Business Innovation Program funding.