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Employee Share Schemes - Current trends and issues paper

Published on 10 Oct 13 by VICTORIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper examines:

  • the new rules in practice and associated “teething” issues of the 2009 changes
  • what is now required for a “real risk of forfeiture”?
  • what about “good leavers” and associated issues?
  • the indeterminate right rule – friend or foe?
  • plans outside Division 83A – some issues and challenges
  • common ESS plans – some issues and challenges
  • challenges for not listed entities
  • what is happening with options and share purchase plans?
  • interaction with international share and option plans
  • reporting and withholding rule and other ATO compliance requirements in practice
  • reform agendas.

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Andrew CLEMENTS
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