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The alienation of income

Published on 29 May 98 by THE TAX INSTITUTE

Topics covered include: Contractors versus employees; What is business income?: When is alienation possible? Interaction with the capital gains tax.

Author profile:

Robert Richards
Robert practices as a solicitor specialising in providing revenue, trust, superannuation and corporate law advice to high net worth individuals, corporations, accountants, other solicitors and the bar. He is regularly involved in the carriage of tax litigation involving matters heard by the High Court (for example the Bamford matter), the Federal Court, and the Administrative Appeals Tribunal. Prior to practising as a solicitor he was a partner of an international firm of accountants. Current at 23 October 2013 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Robert RICHARDS.
 

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