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Business dealings

Published on 23 Oct 99 by QUEENSLAND DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

The focus of this paper is to revisit the topic of 'Business Dealings' in the context of the Ralph Tax Reform. The emphasis is on resident small business taxpayers. Assets are considered to be post-CGT assets, unless otherwise stated.The discussion generally deals with companies as trusts are dealt with in detail during the remainder of the seminar. When trusts commence to be taxed as companies, similar considerations will apply as set out in this paper.

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Jane Madden
Jane, of PricewaterhouseCoopers, is a corporate tax partner with over 18 years experience. She has provided advice to large and complex organisations on both Australian and international issues including structuring and financing capital investments, restructuring existing operations, funding research, joint venture issues, and ATO negotiations. Current at 02 November 2006 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Jane MADDEN.
 

This was presented at Trusts, Reform and Business Dealing.

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Business Dealings

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Resettlements, Trusts and Division 7A

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Trusts and the Ralph Proposals

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Small Business Rollover and Exemption Provisions

Author(s):  David RUSSELL

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