Published on 01 Jun 03
by "TAXATION IN AUSTRALIA" JOURNAL ARTICLE
Further to last month's article on this topic, this article discusses a number of more specific issues that arise when a member leaves a consolidated group.
This article is the second of two articles that are based on a presentation given by Ray Conwell at the First National Consolidation Symposium held in February 2003. Click here to view that seminar paper.
Ray is a chartered accountant and practising lawyer with Deloitte Lawyers Pty Ltd. Prior to joining Deloitte more than 22 years ago as a partner, Ray was with the Australian Taxation Office, both in Canberra and Melbourne, for 24 years and was an architect of the General Anti Avoidance Rule in Part IVA of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1936 on which Division 165 of the GST law is based. Ray has recently successfully acted for clients in Federal Court litigation on Division 165. Ray is a former National President of The Tax Institute and is also a member of the ATO's GAAR Panel that advises the Commissioner on the application of the GAARs.
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30 March 2017
Study Period 1 2017
CTA1 - Lecture Presenter - Lecture 1 - 6 (Face to Face class) and Lecture 1 - 6 (ShineWing class)
Dr Keith Kendall is a Barrister at the Victorian Bar, specialising in all aspects of taxation law at both a Commonwealth and State level. Prior to coming to the Bar in 2011, he worked in the Tax Services Division of Deloitte in Melbourne for over 10 years. Keith's practice encompasses all aspects of the tax litigation process, including objections and settlement negotiations, as well as the provision of opinions. Until 2016, Keith was the co-ordinator of Tax Law programs at the School of Law at La Trobe University, where he was a Senior Lecturer. Keith is a regular presenter on a wide range of taxation topics. As well as being a member of the Victorian Bar, Keith has also been admitted as an interstate member to the South Australian Bar and the Queensland Bar.
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26 June 2017