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Case Study: $42 million nabbed; Don't fence me in

Published on 01 Feb 98 by "TAXATION IN AUSTRALIA" JOURNAL ARTICLE

A recent decision on housing subsidies makes it harder for the Commissioner to argue that expenditure incurred to obtain more business is inherently capital in nature. And another favour of a land developer contradicts a draft tax ruling on trading stock

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Robert Allerdice CTA
Robert has tax experience spanning 33 years, and is currently The Tax Institute's Tax Consultant. In this role, Robert edits TAXVINE, The Tax Institute's weekly email newsletter, and reviews all articles for publication in two of The Tax Institute's journals, Taxation in Australia and the Tax Specialist. Robert also assists in The Tax Institute's Structured Education program, filling the roles of Advanced Tax Convenor and Applied Tax Convenor. Robert was admitted as a solicitor of the NSW Supreme Court in 1974 and practised as a tax lawyer from 1978 to 1993. He then accepted positions as Senior Lecturer, firstly with ATAX at the University of New South Wales, and then at the Law School at the University of Sydney. Robert joined The Tax Institute in June 2000. Current at 01 February 2012 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Robert Allerdice.
 
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