There are a number of substantial tax provisions which practitioners regularly rely upon which work on the presumption that they're dealing with a "fixed" trust. But are they? The common example is a unit trust which is generally assumed to be a fixed trust. Often it is not the case. This presentation covers:
what is a fixed trust?
what is a ‘vested and indefeasible interest?'
when do you need a fixed trust?
CGT events affecting trusts
CGT scrip for scrip rollover
company ownership interests and losses
amendments to make a trust fixed - is it a resettlement?
mining hybrid trust gems or creating false leads.
Andrew O’Bryan FTIA is the Head of Taxation, Superannuation, and Family Business and Wealth
Management Practice Groups at Hall and Wilcox. Andrew provides advice on the application of a wide
range of taxation matters including income tax, FBT, CGT, tax audits, structuring and restructuring of
business and transactions, superannuation, state equivalent tax regimes, retirement planning, business
succession, estate planning, liquidations and reconstructions, and corporatisation and privatisation. Current at 11 March 2009
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