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Employee Shares & Options: What the Corporate Tax Professional Should Know

Published on 06 Jun 2007 | Took place at RACV Club, Melbourne, VIC

The demand to retain highly skilled executives, the pressure on large corporates to continually increase their earnings and government policy to encourage employee share ownership are all contributing factors to the variety of executive and employee remuneration plans which exist in the market place today.

This session provided an overview of key issues that all corporate tax professionals should be aware of in relation to the taxation treatment of employee shares and options including:
- key drivers of employee shares and options, including AIFRS treatment
- key tax issues impacting employee share and option plans
- obtaining ATO rulings
- Treasury consultation.

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Individual sessions

Employee share scheme - tax trap

Author(s):  Andrew CLEMENTS

This presentation covers:

  • impact of some practical limits on plans
  • impact of reorganisations on employee share schemes
  • timing of deduction
  • recent payroll tax changes
  • some concerns with foreign schemes
  • impact on inpats and expats
  • recent corporation law amendments. 
Materials from this session:

Employee shares and options: what the corporate tax professional needs to know

Author(s):  Liz TROMANS

This presentation covers:

  • HR remuneration strategies and planning
  • the financial environment, including AIFRS and capital management
  • tax issues
  • managing and addressing the corporate tax issues
  • adding value as a corporate tax function. 
Materials from this session: