A stellar line-up of Australia’s leading technical SMSF experts and business minds has ensured IPA members attending the SMSF Strategy Day will receive valuable CPE hours.
Institute of Public Accountants (IPA) members will receive up to eight hours of CPE for attending the one-day conference.
SMSF Professionals’ Association of Australia (SPAA) members will also receive up to eight CPD points for attending the SMSF Strategy Day.
According to Russell Stephenson, publisher of SMSF Adviser, the agenda has been tailored to provide SMSF professionals with practical strategies to successfully drive business growth within the SMSF sector.
“The SMSF Strategy Day gaining accreditation through IPA as well as SPAA reinforces the invaluable skills delegates will receive by attending the event.
“With a growing demand for tailored SMSF advice, professionals who can deliver a specialised service are ultimately going to come out on top,” Mr Stephenson said.
All IPA members are required to complete a minimum of 80 hours of CPE each biennium (two years).
There are now only four weeks until the event and tickets are selling fast. To secure your spot at this not-to-be-missed event REGISTER HERE.
The SMSF Strategy Day will take place in Melbourne on November 19, Brisbane on November 20 and Sydney on November 21.
For more information about the SMSF Strategy Day or to register, visit http://www.smsfstrategyday.com.au/
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