Published on 23 Feb 2001
| Took place at BHP Global Leadership Centre, Yuroke, Victoria
The 2001 Corporate Tax Intensive focuses on a number of significant issues in tax reform, including: consolidations, the pre-CGT treaty debate, new rules for dividend imputation, capital allowances and issues in corporate finance.
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Author(s): John HARVEY This powerpoint presentation where the Board of Taxation (BOT) is at on the tax value method, how the BOT is accessing the consultation process, and overall work in progress of the BOT.
Author(s): Frank O'LOUGHLIN This seminar paper discusses issues in corporate finance; including income securities; off balance sheet finance structures; intra-group lending, deductibility, and bad debts; and the tax reform impact on interest deductibility.
Author(s): Peter VAN DEN BROEK This seminar paper discusses the new rules for dividend imputation, including: the 'tax-paid' franking account, flexibility in franking, bringing companies wholly within the imputation system, and franking credits for foreign withholding tax.