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Tax-free share buy-back case - the nest Hepples of CGT?

Publication date: 10 Nov 05 | Source: WEEKLY TAX BULLETIN

Issue: Issue no 46 4 November 2005

Pages: pp. 1701-1703


The August 2005 decision of the Full Federal Court in FCT v McNeil (2005) 60 ATR 275, has the potential to become the next Hepples of CGT, with the taxpayer having derived a gain which seemingly escapes both the income tax and CGT nets. Not surprisingly, the Commissioner has lodged an application for special leave to appeal to the High Court.


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