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Primary Production Income - When is it taxed? seminar paper

Published on 12 Mar 04 by SOUTH AUSTRALIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

The bringing to account of primary production income for tax purposes is not as easy as may first appear. This seminar paper analyses when certain types of income are assessable. In particular, the types of income that can sometimes be treated incorrectly include:
- income from the Wheat and Barley Boards
- grape receipts
- wool income
- interaction with STS.

Author profile:

Trevor Gilbert
Trevor has been a Director of Gilberts Accounting Pty Ltd since the demerger of Bowman Manser & Associates in June 1996. He works with his small to medium business clients providing taxation advice and planning together with business assistance. Current at 12 March 2004
 

This was presented at 38TH SOUTH AUSTRALIAN STATE CONVENTION: A SPECTACLE OF TAX.

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