Published on 16 May 13
by NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
Non-arm’s length super income is top taxed, at least three times the tax rate applies. What is it and why is it so special? How long is arm’s-length? How much more is too much? This session will focus on a checklist for avoiding non-arm’s length income.
Jennifer Yeo CTA
Jennifer is a Special Counsel at Mills Oakley Lawyers. She specialises in providing tax and superannuation advice to both corporate clients and high net worth individuals and families in relation to all aspects of federal and state taxes, international tax and superannuation matters. Jennifer has expertise in advising on tax-effective business and family planning strategies associated with succession, asset protection and wealth management with respect to Australian and worldwide assets. Current at 14 January 2014
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