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Entity taxation

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.

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Dr Mark Robertson CTA
Mark is a Queen’s Counsel with chambers in Brisbane and Sydney. He has appeared in many anti-avoidance cases Australia-wide for taxpayers and for the Commissioner. Current at 02 June 2015 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Mark L ROBERTSON.
 

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