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Family Trust Elections and Interposed Entity Elections seminar paper


This seminar paper gives and overview of the current rules with particular reference to:
- who should make a family trust election
- why a family trust election should be made
- when this election should be made
- implications for not making a family trust election or resulting from that election
- requirements for interposed entity elections.

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Author Photo - Dale Pinto CTA-Life
Prof Dale Pinto CTA-Life
is currently Acting Dean of the Curtin Law School and is a Professor of Taxation Law and Head of the Taxation Department of the Curtin Law School at Curtin University. He is Vice-President of the Divisional Council of CPA Australia (WA Division) and is also a Fellow of CPA Australia, a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Law and is a Chartered Tax Adviser and Life Member of the Tax Institute. Dale is the author/co-author of numerous books, refereed articles and national and international conference papers, and is on the editorial board of a number of peer-reviewed journals as well as being the Editor-in-Chief of several refereed journals. Dale is the Chair of the Tax Institute's National Education Quality Assurance Board and is a member of TEQSA's Expert Panel in Accounting and Taxation. Dale served as an inaugural member of the National Tax Practitioners Board and is a current member of the Board of Taxation's Advisory Panel and the ATO's Tax Technical Panel (Superannuation), as well as the Tax Institute's Technical Committees (Superannuation, Not-for-Profit Organisations and Large Business and International). Current at 05 February 2016 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Dale PINTO.

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