Published on 01 May 2001
| Took place at New South Wales Regionals
The recent deferal of a number of measures gives us change to draw breath and spend some time considering the detail of various important reforms which have occurred in recent times. This seminar is a chance to look over some important new issues including the CGT concessions, changes to the superannuation investment rules, STS, GST, the new debt equity rules and post-entity tax private business structures.
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CGT Business Concessions - Tax Planning Opportunities
Author(s): Joe LOMBARDO This session involes a thorough analysis of the CGT business concessions in the context of the sale of a private business including:
- Applying the threshold tests
- Working out whether you are a part of a group
- Maximising the benefits available under the rollovers
Author(s): Gil LEVY This session outlines how to approach the question of the most appropriate structure for your business in light of the current uncertainty concerning Tax Reform including:
- Division 7A and the future of imputation
- How to use trusts - are the still tax efficient?
- Income splitting/streaming - what can you do?
- Tax preferences - use them or lose them
Author(s): Andrew SKINNER Topics covered in this powerpoint presentation include:
- What assets can be purchased from related parties
- How are unit trusts caught under the new 'in-house asset' rules?
- Exclusion for investments in unit trusts under the transitional provisions
- Planning opportunities with unit trusts
Author(s): Carlo MORETTI The not so simplified tax system offers the choice of a new tax accounting platform for eligible small businesses. This session will expose the impact of STS beyond 1 July 2001. Topics covered in this seminar paper include:
- Accounting method for STS taxpayers
- Modified capital allowance and trading stock provisions
- Eligible entities
- Entry and exit rules
Author(s): Annamaria CAREY This seminar paper will focus on providing an update on the key GST issues, which may affect property owners and developers including:
- Where are we at with leases? What remains outstanding?
- Supply of an ongoing concern - How can you take advantage of this concession?
- What are commercial residential premises?
Author(s): Kayleen LEWIS Topics covered in this seminar paper include:
- Distinguishing between debt and equity interests
- What are the concequences of the distinction
- Regulations and Commissioners discrection