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2010 Tasmanian State Convention

Published on 15 Oct 2010 | Took place at Stewarts Bay Lodge, Port Arthur , TAS

The 2010 Tasmanian State Convention covered a wide range of topics including Division 7A & unpaid entitlements, divorce & tax issues, succession planning, dying for super, tax consolidations, corporate tax, GST and trusts post Bamford. The range of topics kept the convention interesting and informative.

New to the convention this year was a Key Issues Panel Session in which several presenters provided an insight into where they personally believe the tax legislation in Australia is moving and what they believe will be areas of contention in the near future.

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Individual sessions

Division 7A & unpaid entitlements

Author(s):  Ian SNOOK This paper covers:

  • what is the issue with unpaid present entitlements?
  • the different 'treatments'
  • Section 2 loans
  • pre 16 December 2009 UPEs
  • post 15 December 2009 UPEs.
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Succession planning - Piecing together the jigsaw

Author(s):  Emma WOOLLEY,  Andrew O'BRYAN This paper covers:

  • family trusts
  • business arrangements
  • capital gains tax concessions
  • some tax traps
  • ATO business exit focus
  • protecting against relationship breakdown in the next generation.
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Dying for super

Author(s):  Suzanne MACKENZIE This paper covers:

  • who is eligible to receive a death benefit?
  • the operation of binding death benefit nominations and wills
  • what special issues arise where there are reversionary beneficiaries?
  • how is trusteeship for SMSFs affected when a member dies?
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Tax consolidations: Issues for late adopters and SMEs

Author(s):  Ken SPENCE This paper covers:

  • Consolidations - Tax Laws Amendment (2010 Measures NO. 1) Act 2010 3 June 2010
  • previous law
  • amendments
  • commencement.


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A new decade in corporate tax

Author(s):  Gary CHRISTIE This paper covers:

  • ATO risk analysis more sophisticated
  • ATO releases into compliance program for 2010-11
  • Division 167.
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Finding solutions to the GST and property crossword puzzle

Author(s):  Jeremy GEALE This paper covers:

  • what are residential premises?
  • application ofthe margin scheme
  • enterprise and other issues.
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Trusts in a post-Bamford world

Author(s):  Dianne CUKA,  Darryn MALE This presentation covers:

  • taxation of trusts
  • Commissioner of Taxation v Bamford
  • Tax Office view of the decision
  • practical implications for practitioners and action to take.
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