Source: Australian Tax Forum Journal Article
Published Date: 1 Apr 2004
The purpose of this paper is to analyse this anomaly with a view to plotting a course for its practical and equitable resolution, and illustrating why, in the interests of fairness and certainty, there is need for legislative reform in this area. Finally, a number of new CGT events are proposed to rectify the situation.
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