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Queensland Annual Convention 1997

Published on 30 May 1997 | Took place at Brisbane Hilton, QLD

This annual convention discusses relevant topics including: corporate structure and reorganisation, trust losses, transfer pricing, TLIP, superannuation, Section 108 ITAA, and sales tax update.

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Individual sessions

Hobby or business

Author(s):  John NEWBY This seminar paper discusses the distinction between a hobby or a business.

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Income tax issues for Australian mining companies

Author(s):  Roger GIBSON This seminar paper discusses income tax issues for Australian mining companies.

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Sales tax update

Author(s):  Robert OLDING This seminar paper provides an update on recent developments in sales tax, covering legislative changes, recent rulings and cases, and some emerging issues.

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Section 108 ITAA: debit loans accounts before & after Budget

Author(s):  Mark L ROBERTSON This seminar paper discusses debit loan accounts before and after the budget, in relation to section 108 ITAA.

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Author(s):  Allan MCPHERSON This seminar paper discusses the 1996 Federal Budget and the new opportunities in superannuation.

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Tax Law Improvement Project

Author(s):  David RUSSELL This seminar paper provides an overview of the Tax Law Improvement Project.

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Transfer pricing: some current issues

Author(s):  Tony FROST This seminar paper discusses current issues surrounding transfer pricing.

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Trust losses

Author(s):  Richard GELSKI,  Jane TRETHEWAY This seminar paper discusses trust losses.

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Corporate structure and reorganisation

Author(s):  Ken SPENCE This seminar paper reviews implications for corporate groups flowing from both the recent Budget announcements in relation to the taxation of dividend flows and recent CGT developments.

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