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This course is now closed for enrolment. If you are a financial adviser who provides, or intends to provide, tax (financial) advice services to retail clients, refer to the Commercial Law approved study FP001B Economic and Legal Context for Financial Planning or Commercial Law; and Taxation Law approved study FPC006 Taxation for Financial Planning or Tax for Financial Advising to meet the qualified tax relevant provider requirements under the Better Advice Act.
This course is for financial advisers who provide tax (financial) advice services and wish to be registered with the Tax Practitioners Board (TPB) as a tax (financial) adviser.
The TPB considers it essential a registered agent can demonstrate their knowledge of the Tax Agents Services Act (TASA). This includes the Code of Professional Conduct as part of the requirements for registration and to be able to meet their statutory obligations in relation to the provision of tax agent services.
Kaplan Professional has partnered with The Tax Institute to deliver this course, which meets the TPB’s requirements under TPB (I) 10/2011.
The course provides background and information on TASA 2009 and how it applies to financial advisers. The course also covers registration requirements, transitional provisions, the Code of Professional Conduct, and administrative sanctions and penalties available to the TPB.
Click here for a list of Kaplan Professional’s TPB-approved courses for tax advisers.
Please note: Kaplan Professional’s subject Tax for Financial Advising is a Board approved course in Australian taxation law. Therefore, it encompasses a component in the TASA, including the Code.
On completion of the course, individuals should be able to:
This course comprises of one e-learning module with four units:
Refer to subject outline for more information: subject outline.
Units of competency
There are no units of competency for this course.
A certificate of completion will be awarded on successful completion of each subject.
Kaplan Professional has assessed this course. Click here for the following CPD hours applicable from 1 January 2019 on successful completion of this course. For subjects or courses completed prior to this date, please contact Kaplan Professional’s CPD Support team on 1300 527 526 or email@example.com.
You may enrol in this course at any time and begin studying immediately on enrolment.
Individuals are required to be aged 18 years or older to enrol in this course.
There are no entry or eligibility requirements for this qualification.
Program entry requirements
There are no entry requirements.
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
There’s no RPL available for this course as there are no units of competency awarded.
Individuals have a total of four weeks to complete the assessment requirements for TASA 2009 and the TPB Code of Professional Conduct from their initial enrolment date. This subject will take individuals approximately three to four hours to complete.
An additional two weeks is available if individuals are required to re-sit an examination.
This subject is delivered online as an e-Learning module and does not include hard copy notes.
Kaplan’s online learning portal KapLearn enables us to provide you with innovative, interactive learning resources and support. You can access KapLearn from anywhere at any time using a computer or mobile device that has internet access.
KapLearn is where you access subject notes, supplementary learning material, practice activities and assessments. KapLearn is also where you access ongoing support. The ‘Ask your tutor’ forum provides you with continuous technical support from subject matter experts.
Enrol directly into the TASA 2009 and the TPB Code of Professional Conduct subject for $150 (GST included).
For additional study-related fees refer to our fees document.
The ‘TASA 2009 and the TPB Code of Professional Conduct’ is a one subject course.
Assessment for the subject is: 1 exam – Supervised, open book online multiple choice examination, two (2) attempts.
You must sit your first exam within 4 weeks of your enrolment date.
You are entitled to a first sit and one resit of an exam. To achieve an overall grade of ‘competent’ in the exam, you must achieve the nominated pass mark for each module in the exam. If you are deemed ‘not yet competent’ for a module, you are only required to attempt that module in the resit.
You can sit your exam while being supervised in your workplace or at a Kaplan office.
More detailed information about the exams are in the subject outline.
Kaplan Office exam times and venue can be downloaded here.
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