Published on 02 May 13
by SOUTH AUSTRALIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
A revised general anti-avoidance regime looks likely to take effect from 16 November 2012. Ben Wilson and other members of the Cosoff Cudmore Knox(CCK) lawyers team that successfully litigated the Futuris case, look at the practical application of the new regime. Using examples encountered by SME advisers, the CCK team explore the concepts such as“tax benefit”, “alternative postulate” and “dominant purpose” in order to assist delegates gain a better understanding of tax planning.
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Ben Wilson is a partner with law firm Cosoff Cudmore Knox. He has a wide range of experience in corporate and commercial transactions and in advising clients on estate planning and business succession planning issues. He acts for high net wealth individuals and family groups with businesses in a range of industries. Current at 30 August 2016
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