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Unified Capital Allowances

Published on 22 May 2001 | Took place at Leonda by the Yarra, Hawthorn, VIC

The Unified Capital Allowances regime will apply from 1 July 2001. The new system will change the way in which all assets are depreciated, and will require all practitioners to re-evaluate their strategies in order to maximise the potential benefits when advising clients. This seminar focuses on the most critical aspects of the new regime.

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Individual sessions

What You Need To Know

Author(s):  Michelle HERRING This paper discusses what you need to know about Unified Capital Allowances, including: 'Depreciating Asset' - what does it mean and how does it compare with the current law?; Holding a depreciating asset - who claims the depreciation deductions and who misses out?; Self assessing effective life and recalculating effective life; Low value pools.

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New Rules - New Traps

Author(s):  Carl DILENA This paper discusses the new rules and traps of Unified Capital Allowances.

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Blackholes - More Than Science Fiction

Author(s):  Tony BAXTER This paper discusses Unified Capital Allowances and Blackholes, including; Blackhole Expenditure - what qualifies and what does not?; What is the transitional rule for existing expenditure?; Identifying and defining project pools.

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