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NSW Annual Intensive Retreat 1999

Published on 11 Nov 1999 | Took place at Holiday Inn, Terrigal, NSW

This Annual Intensive Retreat will focus on analysing and promoting informed discussion on some of the perennial problems faced by corporate and business taxation advisers.

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Individual sessions

Interest deductions: perennial problems

Author(s):  Robert O'CONNOR This seminar presents a selection of short case studies designed to examine the deductibility of interest post-Steele's Case, eg, revenue assets, hybrid debt/equity instruments etc.

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Selected tax cases of 1999

Author(s):  Robert Allerdice This seminar paper looks at the cases of Montgomery, Richardson, and Coombes.

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Taxation of dividends

Author(s):  David J WILLIAMS This seminar paper discusses taxation of dividends, with a focus on the impact of Company Law Review Act 1998, anti-avoidance developments, proposed changes under Ralph Report.

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Dividend stripping

Author(s):  Jim MCMILLAN,  Mark POOLE This seminar paper discusses dividend stripping, with a focus on sections 46A and 177E, the application to particular types of transactions, ATO's main concern.

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Capital benefits and capital streaming

Author(s):  Ernie CHANG This seminar paper discusses capital benefits and capital streaming, with a focus on: sections 46A to 45D, application to certain types of transactions, how wide is the meaning of 'the provision of a capital benefit', what is the meaning of 'streams the provision of a capital benefit'.

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CGT and the business profits article

Author(s):  The Hon. Justice Ian GZELL This seminar paper discusses the perennial debate of whether treaty protection is available for capital gains.

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GST special topic - concept of taxable supply

Author(s):  Richard J VANN This powerpoint presentation discusses interpretational issues in the concept of taxable supply.

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