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Consolidation – a report card paper

Published on 27 May 08 by NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper is an update on changes to the tax consolidation rules announced but not yet implemented or recognised as needing to be changed, including:

  • the status of amendments previously announced but not yet implemented
  • issues identified publicly by Treasury as requiring further consideration
  • other issues needing to be addressed.

Author profile:

Jenny CLARKE
Jenny Clarke FTIA is a Partner at KPMG and has over 20 years of experience working with financial services clients. Jenny specialises in, and has been extremely involved with, the development of the tax consolidation legislation. Jenny is in regular contact with KPMG experts who attend the National Tax Liaison Group meetings and other meetings with Treasury and has been involved in tax consolidation projects for many of KPMG’s clients
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