Written for accountants, lawyers and tax practitioners, this highly practical resource offers a clear and concise explanation of the Div 7A rules. The revised and updated seventh edition is available in online and in new eBook editions (print edition now sold out).
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Updates in this new edition include:
- the 2013-14 benchmark interest rate is incorporated (2014-15 in the online edition)
- a new precedent is included covering in-substance loans arising out of present entitlements of private company beneficiaries
- the ATO's recent interpretive decision on the consequences of shortfalls in annual repayments of a Div 7A loan.
Key features and benefits:
- checklists identifying both problems and possible solutions
- examples and precedents reflecting the current law and ATO practice
- explains the interaction of Div 7A with other areas of law, such as FBT and family law
- gives guidance on what to do if a problem is discovered.
Written by John Gaal, TaxCounsel.
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- 12 months of access to the online book, with updates
- interactive eLearning with reference links back to the online book (3 CPD hours)
- a copy of the eBook edition, at no extra cost.
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