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Employee share and option plans presentation

Published on 16 Mar 07 by NATIONAL EVENTS, TAXATION INSTITUTE OF AUSTRALIA

This presentation reviews recent tax issues about providing employee incentives including:

  • the amendments to Division 13A
  • the decision in Isaacs v FCT and the importance of carefully considering the elections available
  • considering the recent cases dealing with employee benefit trusts. When do they work?
  • considering the taxation implications of participating in an employee share or option plan while either a non-resident or working overseas.

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Vanessa Priest FTI
Photo of author, Vanessa PRIEST Vanessa Priest, ATI, Deloitte, has more than 20 years’ experience as a tax specialist, and has a particular interest in the tax and succession issues faced by privately owned enterprises and family groups. She has extensive knowledge in areas such as tax structuring, cross border issues for individuals and their investments, asset acquisitions and divestments, successions issues, and tax issues arising for trusts. Vanessa joined Deloitte Private 18 months ago after spending the majority of her career in a mid-tier firm. - Current at 10 August 2018
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This was presented at 22nd National Convention: Tackling Tax .

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