Miscellaneous 2006

TOFA- A practical application of the proposed rules

Source: The Tax Specialist Journal Article

Published Date: 1 Aug 2006

 
TOFA will fundamentally change the tax profile of financial arrangements. Irrespective of what choices taxpayers make they need to understand the potential ramifications of the TOFA reform. This article will explore the basis of the current proposals and provide an analysis of examples to give an insight into its potential application.
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Alexis Kokkinos ATI

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