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2014 Corporate Tax Retreat

Published on 03 Jul 2014 | Took place at The Palazzo Versace Hotel, Gold Coast, QLD

The corporate tax retreat has built a reputation for bringing together an impressive combination of local, interstate and international speakers, with a focus on interactive insight that is relevant to all corporate tax advisers, whether professional or in-house.

This event covered:

  • tax reform update – targeting the reform landscape
  • a practical look at the application of the newish Part IVA to corporate reorganisations and M&A transactions
  • a BEPS masterclass
  • a discussion on business valuation issues in tax disputes.

Get a 20% discount when you buy all the items from this event.

Individual sessions

Base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS) – An update on progress

Author(s):  Stuart Landsberg

This paper covers:

  • summary of BEPS developments
  • unilateral BEPS measures
  • an Australian perspective
  • BEPS implementation challenges.
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Corporate tax compliance and the ATO – A key area in risk management

Author(s):  Nick Adams

This paper covers:

  • meeting tax compliance requirements efficiently
  • what are the benefits of an annual compliance arrangement (ACA)
  • what type of taxpayers are suited to an ACA?
  • what is required to enter into and maintain an ACA, what are the benefits and what are the keys to making an ACA work in practice
  • what is the coverage of the ACA in Australia?
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Tax mistakes – The tax practitioner obligation

Author(s):  Mark Bird

This paper covers:

  • the structure of self-assessment
  • who are you?
  • other considerations.
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Tax avoidance and information exchanges

Author(s):  Kirsty Keating

This paper covers:

  • the general environment in New Zealand
  • current cases with trans-Tasman implications
  • tax avoidance/ aggressive tax issues disputes with Inland Revenue and how to navigate them 
  • round up tips for Australians doing business in New Zealand
  • tax avoidance/ aggressive tax issues disputes with inland revenue and how to navigate them
  • round up of tips for Australians doing business in New Zealand.
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Interaction of Australia's new transfer pricing laws with the thin capitalisation rules

Author(s):  Jock MCCORMACK

This paper covers:

  • recent transfer pricing developments
  • current environment and related tax issues
  • interaction of Subdivision 815-b with Division 820
  • the consequences for taxpayers.
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