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Corporate Tax Retreat

Published on 06 Oct 2011 | Took place at Palazzo Versace, Gold Coast , QLD

The 2011 corporate tax retreat showcased an impressive line-up of local and interstate speakers who delivered the high standard of technical content that participants have come to expect from The Tax Institute.

Judy Morris'materials can be downloaded from Corporate Tax Masterclass held in Sydney on the 19th October 2011.

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

Individual sessions

Getting to know the resource taxes

Author(s):  Teresa DYSON

This paper covers:

  • minerals resource rent tax (MRRT)
  • petroleum resource rent tax (PRRT)
  • major action checklist.
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Getting to know the resource taxes - Workshop

Author(s):  Evan Last,  Teresa DYSON

This presentation covers:

  • do I have a mining project interest?
  • mining revenue event
  • mining expenditure
  • combination of mining project interests.
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Anti-avoidance: Recent company cases

Author(s):  Graeme COOPER

This paper covers:

  • the scope of the ‘scheme’
  • purpose
  • the relevant counterfactual
  • Part IVA and other anti-avoidance rules.
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GST: The latest trends and developments

Author(s):  Michael PATANE

This paper covers:

  • 2011 GST cases
  • rulings
  • public rulings program
  • the general rulings regime
  • legislation/Board of Taxation.
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Current M&A and infrastructure issues

Author(s):  Ken SPENCE,  Richard BUCHANAN

This presentation covers:

  • M&A issues
  • consolidation outcomes
  • use of TCSA - the saga to date
  • what are the real issues?
  • consolidations - deductible liabilities.
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Renovating the CFC and FIF regimes and rethinking outbound structures

Author(s):  Alison RODI,  Peter MADDEN

This paper covers:

  • explanation of proposals
  • aspects of the ED on CFCs requiring further consideration and review
  • rethinking current structures.
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