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Dealing with Division 7A disasters paper


At this time of year we are all concerned about dealing thoroughly with Div 7A issues. This paper covers the key practical problems that have arisen and are worthwhile keeping in mind and should be considered to ensure that the past is not repeated:

These problems include:

  • How to manage when things go wrong/seeking the Commissioner’s discretion
  • UPEs
  • Accountants who inherit disasters
  • Which shareholder will be assessed?
  • Time limits: when is it too late to amend?

Author profiles:

Kaitilin Lowdon ATI
Kaitilin is a lawyer in the market-leading taxation practice of Arnold Bloch Leibler. Kaitilin has acted on a variety of high- profile and complex tax audits and disputes with the ATO, advising clients on all stages of the dispute process, including negotiation outcomes with the ATO. Kaitilin advises a range of clients, including high net wealth individuals, some of Australia's largest family groups and public companies. She has also had significant experience preparing and resolving voluntary disclosures on behalf of clients, both as part of, and separately from, Project DO IT. Current at 28 July 2016 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Kaitilin LOWDON.
Author Photo - Paul Sokolowski CTA
Paul Sokolowski CTA
Paul is a Partner at Arnold Bloch Leibler and the Practice Leader of the firm’s taxation practice. He provides strategic and technical advice to a diverse range of Australian and international clients, including high net worth individuals, some of Australia’s largest family groups and public companies. Paul regularly acts in significant and complex audits, disputes and litigation. Current at 28 July 2016 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Paul SOKOLOWSKI.

This was presented at 45th Western Australia State Convention.

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