Published on 15 Feb 00
by QUEENSLAND DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
The proposal that entities which offer their ultimate proprietors some limit on liabilities should be taxed in a manner akin to the taxation of companies and limited partnerships, suggested in the Ralph Review, was endorsed by the Federal Government in both its Stage 1 and Stage 2 responses to the Ralph recommendations. This paper examines the background of the entity taxation system proposals, outlines the key concepts underlying consistent entity taxation - and how they relate to one another - and defines some of the terminology that relates to entity taxation.
Mark Robertson, CTA conducts an Australia-wide practice specialising in revenue and trust law. Mark is listed as a leading tax QC by Chambers & Partners Asia Pacific and listed as ‘Preeminent’ by Doyle’s Guide. He has appeared for commonwealth and state revenue authorities, Australia’s leading corporate groups, high net wealth individuals, as well as foreign investors in relation to proposed and completed domestic and cross-border transactions (including in estate and family law contexts). He has acted for the Commissioner in several s100A cases.
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