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37TH SOUTH AUSTRALIAN STATE CONVENTION - "2002 - THE MIRROR IMAGE - A TIME TO REFLECT"

Published on 02 May 2002 | Took place at Paradise Wirrina Cove Resort , SA

The 37th Annual South Australian State Convention, discusses a number of topical issues, including: capital versus income dichtomy, gst and property, trust elections, CGT rollovers, mass marketed schemes, superannuation, debt and equity, negligence of tax practitioners, interest deductibility.

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Individual sessions

Capital vs income dichotomy

Author(s):  Graeme S COOPER This seminar paper discusses capital vs income dichotomy, with a focus on: the classic position (what the cases say), current cases (has the borderline moved?), renewed relevance of capital vs income, small business CGT concessions, trust issues (Richardson's case), entity tax considerations, TVM matters.

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GST and property

Author(s):  Michael B EVANS This seminar paper discusses GST and property, and focuses on: selling under margin scheme, going concerns, new residential premises, substantial renovations, other GST property issues.

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Trust elections

Author(s):  Barbie CHIRO This seminar paper discusses income injection test - when is an outsider not an outsider, family trust elections, interposed entity elections, discretionary trusts and companies.

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CGT rollovers

Author(s):  David SPURRITT This seminar paper uses case studies to illustrate the effective use of the more common CGT rollover provisions.

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Mass marketed schemes

Author(s):  Arlene MACDONALD This seminar paper discusses the decisions to date on mass marketed schemes that have been moving through the AAT and courts. It considers the likely effect of these decisions on a range of the remaining schemes.

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Achieving investment goals

Author(s):  Rhys GEORGE This powerpoint presentation is designed to provide information for professional and personal use on: determining investment goals, establishing an investment plan, asset allocation including expected risk and return, ongoing management of investments, share picking, building assets from a low base.

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Great Southern Plantations 2002 Project

Author(s):  Neville HILL This seminar covers: debit loan account strategies, solving the excess benefit problems of self-managed superannuation funds, alternative retirement funding, PAYG instalments - why wait until June for tax planning?

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Superannuation

Author(s):  Bernie O'SULLIVAN This seminar paper covers three of the most topical issues in relation to superannuation: divorce, bankruptcy, and death.

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Debt and equity

Author(s):  Stephen WESTAWAY This powerpoint presentation discusses debt and equity, with a focus on: non-arms length rules for the debt/equity provisions, unsecured loans at call, consequences of equity repayments under the new laws, franking the return on an amount which is now equity.

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Negligence of tax practitioners

Author(s):  Hugh MCPHARLIN,  Mark LIVESEY This seminar paper discusses: what is negligence, will my PI cover me, how does the process work, how much will it cost me to defend myself, how are the plaintiff's losses measured, what expert reports will be required by the court, what sort of evidence will be given in court?

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Interest deductibility

Author(s):  Nick OLIVER This seminar paper discusses interest deductibility, including: what the Courts and AAT have to say post-Steele's case, how far can you push the principle of Total Holdings, has Mrs Jones helped the defunct business, does Firth take the Commissioner forth, split loans - are they dead?

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Trust elections

Author(s):  Paul TANTI This seminar paper discusses income injection test - when is an outsider not an outsider, family trust elections, interposed entity elections, discretionary trusts and companies.

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