Revenue vs capital - More relevant than ever paper

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Publication date: 14 Mar 12

Source: NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

Abstract:

This paper covers:

  • why is the revenue vs capital distinction important?
  • the approach
  • would today’s outcome differ from the past?
  • practical lessons
  • what if I get it wrong?

Author profile:

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Paul Banister CTA
Paul is a Chartered Accountant and a Partner at Grant Thornton, leading their tax division in Brisbane. He has over 25 years experience working with clients to help them navigate through complex and potentially risky tax and commercial issues. His expertise includes domestic and international tax planning, transaction advisory and support, superannuation structuring and advice, succession planning and estate planning. Paul has presented at many professional and business forums, both in Australia and internationally. He is also a contributing author to Thomson Reuter's Financial Planning Handbook.
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