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Service entities - where to now? presentation

Published on 15 Oct 06 by TASMANIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

Service trusts have been a significant structuring arrangement for both practitioners and their clients for many years. This presentation puts into perspective practical implications of the recent ATO ruling TR 2006/2 and will address the following:

  • service trusts
    • who should and shouldn’t have them?
    • are there still benefits in using them?
  • use of ATO safe harbour provisions - what you need to know
  • reviewing/implementing service trust agreements
  • traps in exiting service trust arrangements
    • CGT consequences
    • stamp duty issues
  • checklist for action pre 30 April 2007.

Author profile

Jerome Tse CTA
Photo of author, Jerome TSE Jerome Tse, CTA, is a Partner at King & Wood Mallesons, specialising in taxation disputes and litigation. Jerome is also the firm’s global transfer pricing coordinator. Jerome is an experienced tax practitioner and has been involved in a number of Australia’s recent high profile tax cases. He is the current Vice President of The Tax Institute. - Current at 18 August 2021
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This was presented at Tasmanian State Convention .

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