From 1 August 2024, there are 8 additional Code of Professional Conduct obligations for tax practitioners introduced under a new Legislative instrument or Determination. 

Learn why these obligations were introduced and our approach to administering these new requirements.

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From 1 July 2024, the registration period for tax practitioners is changing from at least once every 3 years to at least once a year.

This change applies to both new registrations and renewal applications submitted on or after 1 July 2024.

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There are new obligations for tax practitioners who employ, use or have an arrangement with a disqualified entity in relation to the provision of tax agent services.

There are also obligations for a disqualified entity to notify their tax practitioners if they are or become a disqualified entity.

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Learn more about our continuing professional education (CPE) requirements and why we revised our requirements.

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These FAQs provide guidance on your role as a registered tax practitioner when providing financial or revenue advice services relating to State or Territory tax laws.

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Under the Financial Sector Reform (Hayne Royal Commission Response—Better Advice) Act 2021, tax (financial) advisers are no longer regulated by the Tax Practitioners Board.

Refer to the following information which will help you understand the changing regime and how it affects your registration.

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Multi-factor authentication (MFA) provides a way of verifying that you’re really the person you’re claiming to be when you log into your online accounts. Every time you login to our portal, you will be taken through the MFA process.

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Last modified: 18 July 2024