SPORT OF KINGS 2021 QLD HORSE TAX TALK Date Change – Friday, 11 June 2021

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After 8 years without a QLD based talk, Carrazzo Consulting recently announced this year’s date for the Sport of Kings 2021 QLD Horse Tax Talk and Key Financial Indicators, with industry expert Paul Carrazzo CA.  Providing leading service and insight to the thoroughbred industry for over 25 years the event was scheduled to take place at the impressive new Rydges Gold Coast Airport Hotel on Friday 28 May 2021.   

However, please note, that for personal reasons, Paul Carrazzo has had to push back the date of this seminar two weeks and will now run this seminar on Friday 11 June 2021. Hopefully this later date allows even more of you to attend!

In a Carrazzo first, this talk will also be available in a Webinar format.

The popular Horse Tax Talk series is targeted to serious horse investors and/or their advisors, seeking valuable information on this topic.  

Covering the most compelling topics in horse tax, Paul will also address current industry “financial health” KPIs, topics include:

  • Budget 2021 and the Racing Industry
  • Business or Hobby
  • Tax Planning
  • New Company Loss Rules
  • Business Plans
  • Stock Write-Downs
  • Capital Gains Tax
  • GST and Start-Ups
  • Common Horse Deductions
  • Sales Averages
  • Wagering and Prize Money
  • Government Grants
  • Foal Crops/Stock Fertility
  • Importing and Exporting Trends

 

Carrazzo noted “We’re delighted to again have Magic Millions being our major supporter for this talk.  It’s a fast-paced seminar covering a wealth of critical information, changes and updates – the material all players should know for making informed investment decisions.”

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This year the company has chosen the new and very impressive Rydges Gold Coast Airport Hotel to host the Friday morning event.  This is a unique “fly in, fly out” talk, assisting the many delegates who regularly come from interstate to attend.

Special Rydges room rates for visitors will also be available.

Addressing the ever-growing interest in the successful Horse Tax Talk series, Carrazzo Consulting are offering online webinar options for attendance, for the first time.  Carrazzo commented: “Increasing demand as well as the new norms established over the last year with online webinars, we felt it necessary to offer options in the way our audience is able to access this information.  The new Zoom Webinar will allow many more serious players to tune in and come away fully informed”.

 

Event Details Are:

 

Date:                                   Friday, 11 June 2021 (was 28 May 2021)

Time:                                   10:00 am to 11:30 am

Where:                               Rydges Gold Coast Airport Hotel

                                             Special room rates available for delegates. Courtesy shuttles available from

                                             MM Horse Sale.

Cost:                                    $165 per person

                                             $132 pp for members of TBA, GCTC and QTC

                                             $132 for Online Webinar attendance

 

Registration: To reserve your seat or webinar booking visit: www.trybooking.com/BQWMR

For more information or further questions, please call Carrazzo Consulting on 1 300 Right Track, visit www.carrazzo.com.au or email admin@carrazzo.com.au

For seminar flyer, please click here

 

 

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