Skip to main content
shopping_cart

Your shopping cart is empty

Tax advisings in practice - where is the line to be drawn and how do you draw it? presentation

Published on 06 Oct 05 by VICTORIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

Tax is a very relevant consideration in all commercial arrangements - and as such, tax is commonly used by policy makers to redirect economic activity. The daily dilemma for advisors is drawing the line between arrangements that are influenced by tax outcomes as compared with arrangements that are driven by tax outcomes. This presentation considers issues that emerge as an advisor develops methodologies for approaching tax planning issues, and how they can seek to minimise risk for thsir clients and themselves, including:

  • developing a methodology for approaching tax planning
  • what is the right amount of tax?
  • utility of public rulings, private rulings and class rulings
  • recognising the good, the bad, and the ugly.

Author profile:

Kenneth Spence CTA-Life
Ken is a Special Counsel in the Melbourne office of Greenwoods & Herbert Smith Freehills. He has been closely involved for many years in advising Australian and foreign-owned listed companies on M&A transactions and has been extensively involved with both clients and tax professional bodies in relation to all aspects of the tax consolidation regime. Ken is a past President of The Tax Institute. Current at 23 August 2016 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Ken SPENCE.
 

This was presented at 44th Victorian State Convention: Surfing the Wave.

Get a 20% discount when you buy all the items from this event.

Individual sessions

Part IVA and Division 165: where are we now and where are we heading?

Author(s):  Richard F EDMONDS

Materials from this session:

Division 7A revisited

Author(s):  Arthur ATHANASIOU

Materials from this session:



Capital structuring for corporate groups

Author(s):  Gordon THRING

Materials from this session:


Tax cases, rulings and announcements that have changed the tax landscape

Author(s):  Keith JAMES

Materials from this session:






Further details about this event:

 

Copyright Statement