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Capital allowances - surviving the transition

Published on 30 Aug 01 by VICTORIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This seminar paper will focus on the changes that will need to be made from 1 July 2001 and key issues on what to advise clients, including, the outline of the law, the transitional rules, what we need to change in fixed asset registers, practical problems created by the new definition of asset, and black hole expenditure.

Author profile:

Brian PATTERSON
Brian, Partner with PricewaterhouseCoopers, has been a tax partner with the firm for 16 years and in that role was involved in one of the longest running professional negligence cases in Australian legal history. The case also resulted in one of the largest cost awards in Australian legal history. Since last year he has assumed the full time role of tax quality and risk management with PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Current at 23 July 2004
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This was presented at 40TH ANNUAL VICTORIAN STATE CONVENTION.

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