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Some initial comments on the 2005 Federal Budget: personal tax reform; superannuation

Publication date: 13 May 05 | Source: WEEKLY TAX BULLETIN

Issue: No 20 13 May 2005

Pages: 736-738

Abstract:

The "illconceived" superannuation surcharge and personal tax cuts are the focus of scrutiny by the authors. Reform has been replaced with another round of rule changes in this latest Federal Budget.

 

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Paul Banister CTA
Photo of author, Paul BANISTER Paul is a Chartered Accountant and a Partner at Grant Thornton, leading their tax division in Brisbane. He has over 30 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 a contributing author to Thomson Reuter’s Financial Planning Handbook. Paul is also the recipient of The Tax Institute’s SME Tax Adviser of the Year Award for 2016. - Current at 12 April 2017
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John Ross
John has been advising on tax issues for over 30 years and has considerable experience in advising clients on a broad range of tax issues including tax efficient structuring for investing in and out of Australia, corporate reorganisation strategies and cross-border employment issues. John has been a tax director in five countries and brings his extensive international experience to assist clients in expanding their Australian operations overseas. He specialises in transfer pricing assignments for Pitcher Partners’ corporate clients. - Current at 23 October 2013
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