Published on 03 Mar 2011
| Took place at Parkroyal, Parramatta
Just because a trust may be referred to as a unit trust in the trust deed and may contain unit trust type features, does not automatically mean it is a fixed trust. Incorrectly classifying a unit trust as a fixed trust may have serious adverse tax implications.
This event examined and discussed the distinction between fixed trusts and non-fixed trusts for the purposes of:
the trust loss provisions
the 45 day rule in relation to franking credits
non-arm’s length income or special income in relation to trust distributions to superannuation funds
practical case studies
traps and pitfalls for the unaware.
This event was part of the March Breakfast Club 2011 and also run in Sydney on the 1st of March.
Get a 20% discount when you buy all the items from this event.