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CGT the case study way: compensation payments

Published on 24 Mar 99 by NATIONAL EVENTS, TAXATION INSTITUTE OF AUSTRALIA

The proper tax tax treatment of compensation payments is a contrroversial issue : when will compensation be taxable as ordinary income or statutory income; when will compensation be taxable as capital gain; Taxation Ruling TR95/35 - is it right?; deductibility of compensation payments to the payer; practical examples and common situations

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Author Photo - Graeme Cotterill
Graeme Cotterill
Graeme is an Executive Director of Ernst & Young and leads Ernst & Young's Perth stamp duty team. Graeme has worked as a tax lawyer for over 20 years, over 10 of those as Tax Partner of a major national law firm. Graeme has been an active member of The Tax Institute for many decades and is a former WA State Chairman. He has been closely involved with the review and development of stamp duty and other state tax legislation in Western Australia on behalf of the Institute. Current at 01 January 2014 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Graeme COTTERILL.
 

This was presented at 14TH NATIONAL CONVENTION: CONQUERING THE TAX WILDERNESS.

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