Division 7A continues to be a significant consideration when advising or attending to the affairs of a private company and it is vital to have an up-to-date reference which is devoted to the practical operation of the provisions.
The Division 7A Handbook is out now in a completely revised and updated ninth edition, published August 2019.
Matters covered include:
- The new edition incorporates changes to date, including benchmark interest rates, cases and ATO rulings.
- The start date of the proposed major amendments that are proposed to be made to Div 7A has been deferred a year to 1 July 2020, making this guide a valuable ongoing reference tool.
- What is known of the proposed amendments is contained in a discussion paper, set out in chapter 2 of the book, with commentary.
- As developments occur in the implementation of the proposed amendments, the material in the book will be revised, principally by means of chapter
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.
Annual online subscription service includes:
- 12 months of access to the online book,
- interactive eLearning with reference links back to the online book (3 CPD hours).
Written by John Gaal, TaxCounsel. Law stated as at July 2019.
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