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Tax: divorce and property settlements presentation

Published on 07 Oct 05 by VICTORIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

The very limited CGT relief sometimes available on divorce is cold comfort for those taxpayers who face considerable tax liabilities as a result of the deemed dividend, tax loss, bad debt, debt forgiveness, FBT or GST rules, or for those who now face problems arising from making family trust elections. This presentation covers:

  • tax losses and bad debts
  • debt forgiveness
  • interest deductions
  • ETPs
  • FTEs
  • child maintenance trusts
  • trust splitting.

Author profile

Paul Hockridge CTA
Photo of author, Paul HOCKRIDGE Paul of Mutual Trust, has over 30 years experience in advising high-wealth families, closely held businesses and accounting and legal firms on tax, asset protection and estate and succession planning. He has particular expertise in litigation support and property development. Paul started his career with the ATO and has worked in major legal and accounting firms. Prior to joining Mutual Trust, he was a Tax Partner at Deloitte Private for several years. For a number of years, Paul has been a regular author and speaker on taxation matters, particularly in relation to tax aspects of business and investment structuring, estate and succession planning and salary packaging. - Current at 26 September 2017
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This was presented at 44th Victorian State Convention: Surfing the Wave .

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