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Corporate Tax Retreat

Published on 19 Nov 1998 | Took place at Cape Schanck Resort, Cape Schanck , VIC

Topics covered at this retreat include: consolidated tax systems for companies; full imputation systems; corporate reorganisations and associated issues; implications of the introduction of the "euro"; and the role of the private binding ruling system.

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Individual sessions

Exempting Company Rules

Author(s):  Stuart BROWN This seminar paper seeks to explain the amendment to part of the Taxation Laws Amendment Bill that was introduced in 1998 as a way to prevent franking credit trading.

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Role of the private ruling system : an ATO view

Author(s):  Gary CHRISTIE This paper seeks to provide an insight into the Role of the Rulings system from the Commissioner's perspective. A system of binding public rulings and private rulings has been in place since 1 July 1992. This paper will concentrate on the private binding ruling system, the provisions of which are contained in ss 14ZAA - 14AZC of the TAA.

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Consolidated tax systems for companies

Author(s):  C.J GETZ Topics covered include:
- What is consolidation?
- Groups treated as a single entity
- repeal of group concessions
- deconsolidation

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Full imputation

Author(s):  Peter HARRIS Topics covered include:
- equalisation tax
- profits first rule
- shareholder taxation
- foreign income

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Implications of the introduction of the "euro"

Author(s):  Mark LAURIE This paper briefly discusses the implications of the introduction of the new European currency, the "Euro", and its implications for Australian companys doing business in Europe

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Corporate reorganisations and associated issues

Author(s):  Peter FOGARTY Topics covered include:
- the effect on teh corporate group
- the best corporate structure for dealing with the introduction of the GST
- the timing of any corporate restructure/reorganisation
- the timing of any proposed aquisition of capital assets.
This paper also assesses the effect of the removal of stamp duty on each state.

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