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1997 Western Australia Annual State Convention

Published on 02 May 1997 | Took place at Burswood Resort, Perth, WA

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Individual sessions

Adding value to expatriate remuneration

Author(s):  Peter MOLTONI This paper will cover expatriate tax issues including - residence, pensions, source of income, superannuation, fringe benefits, and exemptions under Section 23AG and 23AF.

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Value adding through stamp duty

Author(s):  Richard NORTON This paper will include recent developments in State Tax including corporate reconstruction, generational transfers and stamp duty on statutory licences.

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Valuable gains from your losses

Author(s):  AH (Tony) SLATER This paper covers losses in all their facets, covering both revenue and capital in relation to individuals, partnership companies and trusts.

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Maximising after tax value of Interest Payments

Author(s):  Tony TAYLOR The 1996 budget contained numerous proposals for amending the rules relating to deductibility of interest on overseas debt, most notably the reduction of the threshold debt:equity ratio from 3:1 to 2:1. This session will amongst other things highlight which trusts will be denied deductions for foreign debt and what new anti-avoidance provisions will now be avialable to the Commissioner.

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"Getting value from the AAT"

Author(s):  Paul GERBER Why AAT v Federal Court? What value do you get?

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Value Engineering - self managed superannuation funds

Author(s):  Sharyn LONG A valuable insight into the 'mum & dad' super funds including appropriate investment strategies, sole purpose test, avoiding surcharge, suitable asset holdings, ie: holiday homes, residences, golf club membership, artwork.

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Updating Values

Author(s):  Graeme COTTERILL A comprehensive look at the latest rulings, legislation and cases.

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