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Simplified Tax System

Published on 23 Mar 01 by NATIONAL EVENTS, TAXATION INSTITUTE OF AUSTRALIA

This paper dicusses whether the Federal Government has delivered on real simplification, looking at depreciation, stock, cash accounting, planning traps, benefits and disadvantages, who will use it, and who is not suitable for simplified tax.

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This was presented at 15TH NATIONAL CONVENTION - AHEAD OF THE WAVE .

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Planning for the Utilisation of Group Losses

Author(s):  Tony COOPER

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Existing Trading Structures

Author(s):  Richard J FRIEND

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Tax Reform Update: Establishing our Current Position

Author(s):  Tony STOLAREK

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Anti Avoidance and the Tax Office

Author(s):  Tony PAGONE QC

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Anti-Avoidance and the Tax Office

Author(s):  Michael D'ASCENZO

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Business Changes and Reorganisations

Author(s):  Les SZEKELY

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Private Investment Structures

Author(s):  Peter RILEY

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Simplified Tax System

Author(s):  Michael HINE

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The Too Hard Basket - Dealing with Old Tax Problems

Author(s):  Arlene MACDONALD

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Planning for the Bigger End of Business Groups

Author(s):  Paul KRAKAUER

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Tax Reform - Where are we?

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