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Living away from home allowances - tightening of tax concessions

Publication date: 08 Feb 12 | Source: CCH TAX WEEK

Issue: Issue 4 27 Jan 2012

Pages: pp 1-4

Abstract:

Under proposed changes announced by the government as part of its Mid Year Economic and Fiscal Outlook on 29 November 2011, tax concessions for living away from home allowances (LAFHA) will effectively be limited to permanent residents and relevant temporary residents.

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Teresa Dyson
Photo of author, Teresa DYSON Teresa Dyson is a professional company director who has enjoyed a long career as a tax adviser, previously as a tax partner at each of Ashurst and Deloitte and as a Consultant at McCullough Robertson. Now Teresa has a broad portfolio of directorships, including as a non-executive director and Audit & Risk Committee Chair of ASX-listed Seven West Media Ltd and Genex Power Ltd. Teresa is also a director of Energy Queensland Ltd, Energy Super, Power & Water Corporation (NT) and Deputy Chair of the Gold Coast Hospital & Health Board, and a member of the Foreign Investment Review Board, the Takeovers Panel and the National Housing Finance & Investment Corporation. Teresa is also a member of the boards of not-for-profit entities including UN Women National Committee Australia, Opera Queensland and Foundation for Alcohol Research & Education. Teresa has had a broad legal practice advising on taxation issues affecting infrastructure, financial structuring, social infrastructure and taxation law. Teresa has previously been Chair of the Board of Taxation and Chair of the Law Council of Australia, Business Law Section and was named Woman Lawyer of the Year in 2011 by the Women Lawyers Association of Queensland. - Current at 02 November 2018
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Marcus Ryan CTA
Marcus Ryan, CTA, is an Assistant Commissioner with the ATO in Sydney, and works in the Tax Counsel Network. He currently focuses on the tax aspects of corporate and banking and finance transactions. Prior to joining the ATO in May 2017, Marcus was a senior associate at Ashurst. He has over 17 years’ experience as a tax lawyer providing advice on both direct and indirect taxes to both Australian and foreign clients, across a number of industries and government enterprises. - Current at 27 March 2018
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