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General AntiAvoidance Rule

Published on 21 Jun 2000 | Took place at Menzies Hotel, NSW

The purpose of this seminar is to discuss, at a high level, the Review of Business Taxation Committee's proposals to streamline the Anti-Avoidance provisions in the Tax act.

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General Anti Avoidance Rule

Author(s):  Christopher J BEVAN This seminar paper is divided up into three parts. Part 1 is a discussion of the jurisprudence on Part IVA as it stands today. Part 2 is a discussion of the amendments to Part IVA announced by the Treasurer on 11 November 1999 in Press Release No 74. Part 3 is a discussion of the Tax Institute's submission to the Treasurer on the 11 November 1999 amendment announcement. The author concludes with a brief discussion of what the immediate future holds for tax avoidance conduct under the two Assessment Acts.

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Review of Business Taxation Committee Proposals

Author(s):  Rob O'CONNOR Topics covered in this paper include: Part IVA of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1936 as it stood before the current amendment; the amendments announced on 11 November, 1999; and the Taxation Institute of Australia submission of 14 May 2000 on those amendments.

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