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You've worked hard to earn it; Keeping it is harder still - Structuring for asset protection paper

Published on 07 Apr 06 by NATIONAL EVENTS, TAXATION INSTITUTE OF AUSTRALIA

The environment in which practitioners and their clients operate is constantly changing - key matters from the past 12 months in tax and non-tax areas affecting how we can manage asset proctection issues within our tax effective business and investment structures. Issues includes:

  • Superannuation and bankruptcy clawbacks - the current position
  • The decision in Prentice v Cummins
  •  Further proposed bankryptcy changes - implications for structures
  • Expanded powers of the Family Court to deal with assets
  • Marriage breakdown rollover relief, and its limits
  •  Issues with revising structures - eg family trust elections

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Photo of author, Mark WEST Mark is a Partner at McCullough Robertson and is qualified both in law and as a Chartered Accountant. He advises clients on tax matters generally, including income tax, CGT, GST and payroll tax, and has acted in appeals to the AAT and Federal Court. - Current at 12 April 2017
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Section 8-1: Making certain that you receive what you are entitled to

Author(s):  Allan W BLAIKIE

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Non-resident beneficiaries - income tax

Author(s):  Terry MURPHY

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The major continuing compliance issues for ATO on Consolidations

Author(s):  Peter COAKLEY

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The current imputation system - Traps and opportunities

Author(s):  Jane MADDEN

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CGT - old chestnuts and emerging issues

Author(s):  Gordon S COOPER

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