Life Insurance Companies: Exempt Life Insurance Policies

Author: Taxation Institute Of Australia

Published Date: 12 Jun 2009


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As reflected in the comments below, the Taxation Institute broadly supports the proposed changes outlined in the Paper. However, the Taxation Institute recommends certain modifications to the approach suggested in the Paper. These recommendations are outlined below. In particular, the Taxation Institute recommends that the amendments apply retrospectively, with effect from 1 July 2000, instead of from 1 July 2002 as proposed in the Paper.


  • Published By:Taxation Institute Of Australia
  • Published On:12 Jun 2009

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