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19 Jun 09 Submissions being prepared

Inspector-General of Taxation’s Review into the Tax Office’s administration of the Superannuation Guarantee Charge (SGC):
The Taxation Institute is preparing a submission in response to Inspector-General’s Review. For a copy of the Terms of Reference, go here. Comments for incorporation in the submission are due by 26 June 2009. They can be sent to technical@taxinstitute.com.au

Tightening the non-commercial loan rules in Division 7A Treasury discussion paper:
The Taxation Institute’s SME Subcommittee is preparing a submission in response to a Treasury discussion paper, which outlines a range of other technical amendments to strengthen Division 7A including changes to ensure that corporate limited partnerships cannot be used to circumvent its operation. For a copy of the discussion paper, go here. Comments for incorporation in the submission are due by 26 June 2009. They can be sent to technical@taxinstitute.com.au

Extra-statutory concession power for the Commissioner of Taxation discussion paper:
The Taxation Institute is preparing a submission in response to a Treasury discussion paper which explores whether the Commissioner of Taxation should have an extra-statutory concession power. For a copy of the discussion paper, go here. Comments for incorporation in the submission are due by 3 July 2009. They can be sent to technical@taxinstitute.com.au

The taxation treatment of off-market share buybacks discussion paper:
The Taxation Institute is preparing a submission in response to a Treasury discussion paper, which sets out the basis for consultation on the design of the proposed changes to the taxation treatment of off-market share buybacks and sets out the way these changes may be implemented. For a copy of the discussion paper, go here. Comments for incorporation in the submission are due by 3 July 2009. They can be sent to technical@taxinstitute.com.au

Managed Investment Trusts - Capital Account Treatment discussion paper:
The Taxation Institute is preparing a submission in response to a Treasury discussion paper, which explores the issues associated with the proposed changes to the taxation of gains and losses on disposal of certain investments by managed investment trusts. The proposed changes will allow managed investment trusts to elect to apply capital gains tax treatment to gains and losses on disposal of certain investments. For a copy of the discussion paper, go here. Comments for incorporation in the submission are due by 3 July 2009. They can be sent to technical@taxinstitute.com.au

Board of Taxation’s Post-Implementation Review into the Alienation of Personal Services Income Rules:
The Taxation Institute is preparing a submission to the Board of Taxation in respect of its post-implementation review of the provisions relating to the alienation of personal services income. The purpose of the post-implementation review is to gauge how effective the legislation has been in delivering the policy intent, not to reopen debates about the merits of the policy intent of this measure. The Board’s terms of reference are to examine the operation of the rules to determine whether the rules are achieving their desired policy outcome; to identify any problems with the operation of the rules; and if appropriate, to consider options for improving the rules. Comments for incorporation in the Taxation Institute’s submission are due by 20 July 2009. They can be sent to technical@taxinstitute.com.au

Review of the GST Financial Supply Provisions consultation paper:
The Taxation Institute’s GST Subcommittee is preparing a submission in response to a Treasury consultation paper focusing on reducing the complexity of the financial supply provisions of the GST. The consultation paper provides the background on the existing policy treatment of financial supplies under Australia’s GST regime, along with options for achieving this policy outcome more efficiently and with reduced compliance costs. For a copy of the consultation paper, go here. Comments for incorporation in the submission are due by 24 July 2009. They can be sent to technical@taxinstitute.com.au

GST Margin Scheme Review consultation paper:
The Taxation Institute’s GST Subcommittee is preparing a submission in response to a Treasury consultation paper reviewing the effectiveness and efficiency of the GST margin scheme in achieving its policy intention. For a copy of the consultation paper, go here. Comments for incorporation in the submission are due by 24 July 2009. They can be sent to technical@taxinstitute.com.au

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