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Subdivide and be (damned) taxed paper

Published on 18 Oct 05 by TASMANIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper covers:

  • application of CGT (Part IIIA)
  • Sections 160P(6)/(7) and pre-CGT acquired land
  • Section 25A
  • Section 25
  • mere realisation or profit-making scheme
  • accounting for profit

Author profile:

Jonathan ILBERY
Jonathan is a former National President of the Taxation Institute of Australia and has extensive knowledge of State and Federal taxation legislation. Jonathan was appointed by the WA Treasurer, the Hon Eric Ripper, to chair the Reference Committee of the recently concluded State Tax Review, intended to build upon tax reforms arising out of the 2001-2003 Business Tax Review.
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This was presented at TASMANIAN STATE CONVENTION .

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Subdivide and be (damned) taxed

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Some commercial aspects of discretionary and unit trusts

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