Published on 17 May 1996
| Took place at City West Function Centre, Perth
The Annual 1996 Western Australia State Convention covers topics from banking and finance taxation issues, extending the PAYE and SGC provisions, foreign investment funds, fringe benefits tax, taxation aspects of estate planning, issues in property development, section 108 - deemed dividends, and trusts and taxation.
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Banking and finance taxation issues: past, present & future
Author(s): Russell GARVEY This seminar paper examines recent developments in the taxation of financial arrangements in Australia and reviews a number of the many interpretational issues surrounding the taxation of debt, derivatives and various tax effective financing techniques as they relate to individuals, corporations, trusts and financial institutions
Author(s): The new legislation is meant to encompass all persons who would be considered employees pursuant to the 'control' test. New provisions will be made if necessary prior to introduction of new legislation. The object of this paper is to analyse why the new provisions have been introduced, and how these provisions contained in Taxation Laws Amendment Bill (No.5) 1995 would apply, if adopted in substance by the new Government. It also looks at practical implications and considerations
Author(s): Peter MOLTONI This paper concentrates on some of the more contemporary issues of 'arrangers', loans to shareholders and corporate beneficiaries, and analysis of entertaining and other recent ruling, cases and legislation
Going out in style: some aspects of estate planning
Author(s): Colin MUNRO This paper looks at estate planning in the narrow, altruistic meaning of making provisions, out of all available assets, for one's heirs after one's death, and is intended as a broad overview of some taxation aspects of estate planning
Issues in property development: Draft ruling TR 95/D15
Author(s): Tom MEREDITH This paper discusses the issues raised in draft Taxation Ruling TR/D15 which deals with the taxation treatment of land acquired as trading stock, i.e. purchased for the purpose of developing, subdividing and selling the land