Draft Bill has implications for in-house tax advisers.
01 Nov 05 |
KEEPING GOOD COMPANIES
Issue: Vol 57 no 10 2005
Pages: pp. 620-623
The Exposure Draft Tax Amendment (2005 Measures No 6) Bill 2005 (released on 10 August 2005) has sparked various concerns about the potential application of these provsisions to ordinary tax advisers. More importantly, these new provisions pose risks for those who develop and put tax-effective arrangements (such as investment products) in place for their employer or clients. However, the government has not provided any clear indication whether the draft Bill will be passed in its current form.
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Ross has qualifications both as a Solicitor and a Chartered Accountant and has practised in both professions advising on taxation and commercial matters. He heads up the Taxation and Superannuation practice of Gadens Lawyers in Sydney. This practice covers all aspects of revenue law both in Australia and overseas.
Current at 9 December 2003
Craig is a Senior Manager in KPMG’s RCraig is a Director in KPMG’s Real Estate Tax Group and specialises in the
property sector along with M&A work. Craig has had many years of professional
experience in the Real Estate, Construction and Retirement Village Industries. He
has provided extensive taxation advice about the structuring financing of
property projects, establishing property funds, methods of recognising income
under long term construction contracts, domestic and cross-border finance
products, conducting tax due diligence for clients, as well as issuing taxation
reports in prospectuses and offer information memoranda. He is a member of
the Regulatory and Liaison Committee of the Asian Public Real Estate
- Current at
25 August 2011