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UIG 1052: A significant departure

Published on 01 Sep 05 by "TAXATION IN AUSTRALIA" JOURNAL ARTICLE

UIG 1052 requires a significantly different approach to the treatment of tax balances within a tax consolidated group. In addition to the potential increase in compliance costs and systems modifications, all tax consolidated groups should revisit the implications UIG 1052 may have on their existing tax funding arrangements.

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Aldrin De Zilva CTA
Aldrin is the Head of Projects and Infrastructure at Greenwoods & Herbert Smith Freehills and has over 20 years experience in a specialist taxation role. He acts predominantly for large multinational and Australian listed companies and has significant experience in advising both vendors and purchasers in multi-billion dollar infrastructure projects. As well as providing taxation advice, Aldrin has been the instructing solicitor on a number of matters before the Federal Court and High Court of Australia. Aldrin has been recognised as one of Australia’s leading tax controversy advisers by the International Tax Review and is heavily involved in consultations regarding taxation law reforms, including assisting the Board of Taxation. Aldrin is a Senior Fellow at the University of Melbourne and lectures in the Masters of Taxation program. - Current at 30 August 2017
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Aldrin De Zilva CTA
Aldrin is the Head of Projects and Infrastructure at Greenwoods & Herbert Smith Freehills and has over 20 years experience in a specialist taxation role. He acts predominantly for large multinational and Australian listed companies and has significant experience in advising both vendors and purchasers in multi-billion dollar infrastructure projects. As well as providing taxation advice, Aldrin has been the instructing solicitor on a number of matters before the Federal Court and High Court of Australia. Aldrin has been recognised as one of Australia’s leading tax controversy advisers by the International Tax Review and is heavily involved in consultations regarding taxation law reforms, including assisting the Board of Taxation. Aldrin is a Senior Fellow at the University of Melbourne and lectures in the Masters of Taxation program. - Current at 30 August 2017

 

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