Trusts 2016

A matter of trusts: Disclaimer of an interest in a trust -Can this be tax-effective?

Source: Taxation In Australia Journal Article

Published Date: 1 Apr 2016

 

Disclaimer by a beneficiary of their interest in a discretionary trust may be tax-effective depending on the nature, and their knowledge, of the interest and the timing of any disclaimer.

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Sam Campbell

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Ashleigh Eynaud

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Will Monotti

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