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Publication date: 18 Oct 21 | Source: NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This video covers:

  • Where are online transactions completed?
  • Broad consideration of residency in the corporate and noncorporate context
  • How to effect payments
  • Signing documents online.
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    The new online world of our clients
    Author(s):  Adrian CARTLAND

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    Adrian Cartland
    Photo of author, Adrian CARTLAND Adrian "the Taxinator" Cartland has practiced for nearly 20 years, working at a number of tax law roles in top tier firms as well as boutique tax practices, meeting his billable targets on at least a few occasions. About ten years ago he began thinking about the future of law and developed an interest in legal Artificial Intelligence, mostly in an effort to find a robot to do the work he was too lazy to do. Deciding that it was best to pursue this expensive and time consuming hobby (er, business) while not on someone else's timesheet he founded his own firm Cartland Law, and is now unemployable. Because Adrian knows very little about other, more normal, areas of law, Cartland Law specialises in and only accepts instruction in tax, trusts and technology. Coming from a family of engineers who have constructed many things beneficial to society, Adrian has instead created a number of tax and trust structures that are so complex no-one really knows what they do. He has also created Ailira, the Artificially Intelligent Legal Information Research Assistant and partly contributed to the doom of humanity by AI. He is the Chair of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners SA, the TTI's State Taxes Committee, was Australia's funniest lawyer in 2007 and holds the Australian record for fastest MMA knockout at 6 seconds. - Current at 23 January 2024
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