Thin capitalisation : a critical review.
01 Jun 91 |
"AUSTRALIAN TAX FORUM" JOURNAL ARTICLE
Issue: Vol 8 No 2 1991
The object of this paper is to:
- explore the various policy alternatives that were available to the Government in setting a policy aimed at eliminating the perceived inequities attributable to thin capitalisation (including a summary of policy adopted by other countries);
- review of the application of Div. 16F of the ITAA 1936;
- demonstrate that in enacting Div. 16F the Government did not adopt the optimum policy - being a fair, equitable and easily administered policy that eliminated perceived tax minimisation practices, but did not deter investment in Australia.
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