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Section 108

Published on 30 Apr 98 by THE TAX INSTITUTE

Topics covered include:
- what do the amended provisions do?
- what are commercial loans?
- the do's and don'ts
- old/new loans
- trust distributions to corporate beneficiaries
- what is the status of genuine loans to non arm's length entities?
- is there a more appropriate structure?

Author profiles:

Author Photo - Arlene MACDONALD
Arlene MACDONALD

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Malcolm WRIGHT
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This was presented at 33rd South Australian State Convention .

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The commercial side of the Internet

Author(s):  Christine CUMBERFORD

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Part IVA - Q & A

Author(s):  Des MALONEY,  Greg MAY,  Alice MCCLEARY,  Terry MURPHY

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Small Business rollover and excemption

Author(s):  Tim SANDOW

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The Arm's Length Test

Author(s):  Terry MURPHY

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Primary Production Investments

Author(s):  John RAWSON

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The Reform Proposal for Taxation of Trusts

Author(s):  Ken SCHURGOTT

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DIY Superannuation

Author(s):  Alex WONG

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Eucalypt Plantation Investment

Author(s):  Neville HILL

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Alienation of Income - The Conflicting Views

Author(s):  Michael FOX

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Offshore Investment

Author(s):  Con TRAGAKIS

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Superannuation - choice of fund

Author(s):  Suzanne MACKENZIE

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Warrents - Maximising Gains / Minimising Losses

Author(s):  Guy COLLISON

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Section 108 - the new Regime

Author(s):  Arlene MACDONALD,  Malcolm WRIGHT

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