Miscellaneous 1998

Q&A Workshop: Tax and the reforms to Corporation Law

Source: Taxation In Australia Journal Article

Published Date: 1 Jul 1998

The Taxation Laws Amendment (Company Law Review) Bill 1998 is the tax laws response to the significant changes to be made to the Corporations Law Reform Review Bill 1997. The Review Bill abolished the concept of the par value of shares, together with the share premiums and paid up capital, for companies under the Corporations Law. This article, in the form of questions and answers, explains how the new bill will affect corporation law.

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