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Share options: the tax treatment of buying and selling

Published on 01 Apr 97 by "THE TAX SPECIALIST" JOURNAL ARTICLE

The authors examine the income tax and Part IIIA consequences of buying and selling put and call options

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Patrick Broughan CTA
Patrick Broughan FTIA is a Partner in Deloitte’s Melbourne based Financial Services Tax Group. Patrick has 27 years experience in tax, both within the Big Four and within a financial services group. Patrick is known for the articles he has written for the Australian Securities Exchange for general investor education, and is a lecturer at the University of Melbourne. Patrick has substantial expertise in the taxation of financing transactions, including funds management, restructuring, de-mergers, acquisitions, divestments and complex capital raisings and reductions. - Current at 06 May 2009
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Patrick Broughan CTA
Patrick Broughan FTIA is a Partner in Deloitte’s Melbourne based Financial Services Tax Group. Patrick has 27 years experience in tax, both within the Big Four and within a financial services group. Patrick is known for the articles he has written for the Australian Securities Exchange for general investor education, and is a lecturer at the University of Melbourne. Patrick has substantial expertise in the taxation of financing transactions, including funds management, restructuring, de-mergers, acquisitions, divestments and complex capital raisings and reductions. - Current at 06 May 2009
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