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Market valuations for tax purposes presentation

Published on 10 Sep 04 by VICTORIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

Market values are increasingly important in calculating assessable income for many kinds of taxpayers. This presentation provides an overview of the commonly encountered tax provisions requiring market valuations, including:
- recent administrative developments
- the impact of self-assessment
- consolidation and market valuations
- why market value is so important
- the use of safe harbours
- audits, disputes and resolutions.

Author profile:

Michael CHARLES
Michael is a Director in KPMG’s Corporate Tax Division and has over 20 years experience in taxation, including 14 years with the ATO. He advises corporate groups, both public and private, and government and international clients, on a range of matters and has extensive experience in tax consolidation, including the NTLG Consolidation Subcommittee.
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This was presented at VICTORIAN/TASMANIAN STATE CONVENTION: TAX - A BALANCING ACT .

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