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The New Stamp Act and more

Published on 21 Sep 2007 | Took place at Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre , WA

State taxes are once again in focus with the release of the proposed Duties Bill and the State Tax Review’s Final Report. This is an excellent opportunity to gain a detailed understanding of what is in the new duties legislation and to find out what the new legislation will mean in practice.

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Individual sessions

WA stamp duty rewrite - landholder entities

Author(s):  Graeme COTTERILL

This paper covers:

  • what will change for companies and trusts holding land?
  • the impact of the 60% land rich test disappearing
  • how transactions between related entities will be treated differently.
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WA payroll tax

Author(s):  Teague CZISLOWSKI

This paper covers:

  • current issues and traps
  • overview of recent cases
  • the art of the audit - practical considerations.
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WA state taxes update

Author(s):  Shaun GARLICK

This paper covers:

  • legislative amendments over the last 12 months
  • changes to practices and rulings
  • recent cases.
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WA Duties Bill 2007 - a practitioner's view

Author(s):  Grahame YOUNG

This paper covers:

  • finding your way around the draft legislation
  • new concepts to learn and what to unlearn
  • transfer duty issues, partnerships and trusts.
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WA stamp duty rewrite

Author(s):  Marcelyn NICOLAOU

This paper covers:

  • the transaction based approach to transfer duty
  • the landholder model
  • the corporate reconstruction exemption.
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WA Government's review of state taxes 2005-2007

Author(s):  Jonathan ILBERY

This paper includes:

  • summation of the report of the Chair of the Reference Committee
  • what has been adopted or implemented to date
  • what needs to happen from here and how does it happen.
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