Removal of the CGT discount for non-residents
13 May 13 |
CCH TAX WEEK
Issue: Issue 17 3 May 2013
Pages: pp 1-3
The Assistant Treasurer released exposure draft legislation and explanatory material to remove the CGT discount for temporary and non-residents on 8 March 2013. The proposed amendments to subdiv 115-B of ITAA 1997 will implement an announcement contained in the 2012/2013 Federal Budget on 8 Mat 2013.
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