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Published on 30 Oct 12
by NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
The ability of companies to preserve and utilise carry forward tax losses continues to present challenges both for taxpayers and Government Revenue.
This paper covers:
current status of proposed loss carry back rules and review of loss rules recommended by Business Tax Working Group report on the tax treatment of losses
challenges faced by taxpayers in satisfying the “continuity of ownership” and “same business” tests
losses in the consolidation context, including transfers of losses to the head company of a consolidated group and available fraction calculations
current ATO compliance activity around loss claims.
Kamlee currently works for Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu. Kamlee has over eight years experience in advising corporate groups and family owned businesses about Australian tax issues including business acquisition and disposals, private company loans, group structuring and restructuring and succession planning. Kamlee also has experience with capital gains tax issues particularly in relation to the application of the main residence exemption. Current at 8 November 2007
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