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Tax Consolidation Regime - a case study approach

Published on 28 May 2003 | Took place at Hyatt Regency Perth , WA

Now is a critical time for tax practitioners and corporate groups to understand how to apply the new Tax Consolidation law.

This seminar referred to important points from the extensive material presented at the highly successful joint TIACTA Tax Consolidation Symposium held in New South Wales earlier this year.

The case study approach assists in allowing identification of tax consolidation issues for corporate groups, as well as their implications.

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Individual sessions

When to Consolidate and Why

Author(s):  Mark CEGLINSKI This presentation covers the following topics:
- what the options are
- when the election is due
- case studies on pre consolidation planning, timing of resources, profitability expectations, and acquisitions and disposals.

This presentation was based on a seminar paper presented by Mark West at the Tax Consolidation Regime seminar in Brisbane on 8 April 2003. Click here to view the paper.

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Practical Tax Issues in Resetting Asset Tax Values

Author(s):  Alan J TAYLOR This session covered the following issues:
- building ACA - Steps 1, 2 & 3
- whether the interaction of step ups is likely
- practical issues in choosing ACA or transitional.

This session was based on a seminar paper and presentation presented by Hayden Bentley at the Tax Consolidation Regime seminar in Brisbane on 8 April 2003. Click on the following links to view them:
- seminar paper
- presentation.

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Losses

Author(s):  Bill BARTON This presentation covered the following issues:
- pre consolidation loss planning
- transfer of losses case study
- carry forward of losses case study
- using loss in consolidation.

The presentation was based on a seminar paper presented by Rachel Keech at the Tax Consolidation Regime seminar in Brisbane on 15 April 2003. Click here to view the paper.

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Buying & Selling Assets/Business

Author(s):  Ian CRISP This presentation covers the following topics:
- timing of transaction and elections
- share vs. assets and case studies
- losses planning
- funding and tax consolidations
- due diligence and warranty issues.

The presentation was based on a seminar paper presented by Michael Hennesey at the Tax Consolidation Regime seminar in Brisbane on 15 April 2003. Click here to view the paper.

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