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Current and Emerging Issues in Employment Taxes


Topics include:
-FBT on group certificates - practical issues
-the future of salary sacrificing arrangements
-Superannuation deduction limits and defined benefit funds
-The new employment agency payroll tax provisions

Author profile:

Sarah is a Melbourne Tax Partner at Allens Arthur Robinson with more than 20 years of experience. Her expertise is in the areas of corporate, international and employment taxation. Sarah is both a Lawyer and a Chartered Accountant and is a member of the advisory panel to the Board of Taxation.
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This was presented at 38th Victorian State Convention - "At the Cross Roads" .

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Individual sessions

CGT Update - Focusing on Changes in Ownership

Author(s):  Graeme S COOPER

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Current Issues in Employment Taxes

Author(s):  Sarah BERNHARDT

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Where are the Courts taking the cases?

Author(s):  Justice D Graham HILL

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Film and Intellectual Property Investments

Author(s):  Noel BEHARIS

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Taxation of Financial Assets & Liabilities

Author(s):  Neil WARD

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GST for Small Business

Author(s):  Peter SENSERRICK

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The Minefield of Anti-Avoidance

Author(s):  Allan J MYERS QC

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Complying with the New Business Taxation Rules

Author(s):  Denise BROTHERTON

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Restucturing Trusts as Companies or Partnerships

Author(s):  Terry MURPHY

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What is the future of the Imcome vs Capital distinction?

Author(s):  David RUSSELL

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The new era for financing assets

Author(s):  Tony STOLAREK

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Y2K relationships - the ATO and you post 2000

Author(s):  Michael D'ASCENZO

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