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ATO perspective on consolidation – Unravelling the mysteries of the single entity rule paper

Published on 01 May 09 by NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper covers:

  • some history
  • what is the SER?
  • the divisional model
  • the commissioner's formal view of the meaning and application of the SER
  • matters that are currently being examined by the ATO
  • a compendium of ATO views that address SER issues.

Author profiles

Peter Walmsley
Peter started his career with the ATO back in 1977 and he is currently one of three Deputy Chief Tax Counsels. In Peter’s current role, he provides technical and strategic guidance on many of the ATO’s highest profile and most complex technical issues, legislative amendments and Federal and High Court litigation matters. Peter also chairs the ATO’s Sydney General Anti-Avoidance Rules Panel and has previously chaired the Public Rulings Panel. - Current at 15 September 2017
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Des Maloney
Photo of author, Des MALONEY Des is the Special Tax Adviser at the Australian Taxation Office. Previously, he was Deputy Chief Tax Counsel for the ATO, a role he held from 1994 until 2011. His work includes advising on major public and private rulings and strategic litigation. Des has been Chair of the Public Rulings Panel and the General Anti Avoidance Rules Panel and currently chairs the International Steering Committee as well as the NTLG International Sub-committee. - Current at 30 August 2017
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This was presented at 4th National Consolidation Symposium .

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Consolidation: Legislative changes (Part B)

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Consolidation and mining assets – Some selected acquisition issues checklist

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Tax consolidation – Financial services

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