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Capital Gains Tax as it applies to partnerships paper

Published on 04 Aug 89 by WESTERN AUSTRALIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper addresses the practical issues of capital gains tax and partnerships referring specifically to the recent Tax Office ruling rather than a discussion of what is perhaps a theoretical review of what is the correct legal view.

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Roger SULLIVAN
Roger is a Tax Consulting partner at Barrington Partners prior to which he was with two international firms of Chartered Accounts and the Australian Taxation Office. Roger has been personally involved in obtaining several product rulings and through his involvement in the National Tax Practitioners Committee of the Institute of Chartered Accountants is also actively involved in the consultative and lobbying process of that body. Roger is a regular and sought after speaker for the Institute and other professional bodies.

Current at 5 December 2006

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This was presented at Western Australian Division State Convention.

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Capital Gains Tax as it applies to Partnerships

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Sales Tax Planning and Problems

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Capital Gains Tax Implications of Some Popular Structures

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