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Branch Forum: Mastering Your Money - Tax Strategies and Saving Tips for ICT professionals.

Join us to hear from Harry Hoang, the CEO of Tailored Accounts, who will share his tax strategies and saving tips and teach you how to master your money.

Event Start: Tue 07 May 05:30 PM AEST
Event Finish: Tue 07 May 07:30 PM AEST


Registration End Date: Sun 05 May 11:55 PM

This presentation will provide participants with comprehensive insights into effective tax strategies and practical saving tips, empowering them to manage their finances confidently and take control of their finances to achieve their financial goals.<br><br>The session will cover essential strategies for mastering your money, including tax-efficient tips like salary sacrifice for super and first home buyer savings, as well as leveraging salary packaging benefits such as novated leases and eBikes. We&#39;ll explore super contributions, spouse contributions, tax offsets, and deductions for remote work, education, and uniforms. We&#39;ll also touch on charitable donations, investment property depreciation, and maximizing rewards like cash back and frequent flyer points. <br><br>Get ready to unlock savings opportunities and make informed financial choices!<br><br><strong>Expected key takeaways:</strong> <ul><li>Discover how to save on taxes.</li><li>Take advantage of the benefits.</li><li>Make smart spending decisions.</li></ul> <strong>Event run sheet</strong><br>5:30 PM – 5:50 PM (20 min): Arrival &amp; registration. QR code scanning<br>5:50 PM - 6:00 PM (10 min): MC and introduction<br>6.00 PM – 6:50 PM (50 min): Main presentation and Q&amp;A session<br>6:50 PM - 7:00 PM (10 min): Wrap up and introduction to ACS<br>7:00 PM - 7.30 PM (30 min) Networking opportunity and refreshments<br><br>* Networking opportunities and light refreshments will be served after the presentation.

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Harry Hoang

Harry Hoang

Meet the man paving the way for a new era of business.

Harry Hoang FCPA FIPA MAICD is an Australian entrepreneur, business leader, and mentor whose esteemed career encompasses a broad range of industries and initiatives throughout the Australian business ecosystem. More than just another accountant hiding behind a desk, Harry is a visionary, changing the face of accounting while empowering the leaders of tomorrow.

Throughout the years, Harry has contributed significantly to the Canberra business community, taking part in various business mentorship programs such as the Griffin Accelerator Program, Innovation ACT, Mill House Social Enterprise etc. He also runs a quarterly training program, Accountant Change, which provides essential skills to university students and recent graduates, helping them bridge the gap between education and work.

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Suite 3, Level 5, 64 Northbourne AVE,Canberra,ACT,Australia

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  • ACS Canberra Hub (Entrance via Bunda St, Defence Force Recruiting and Bupa Dental Canberra Building)
    Suite 3, Level 5, 64 Northbourne AVE
    Canberra ACT 2601
  • when

  • Event Start:
    Tue 07 May 05:30 PM AEST

    Event Finish:
    Tue 07 May 07:30 PM AEST
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