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Mass marketed schemes

Published on 31 Aug 01 by VICTORIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This seminar discusses what is considered a mass marketed scheme; who else can benefit from interest/penalty concessions; who are promoters and how they will be attacked and; penalties for devising or advsiing on a tax shelter.

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Jennifer BATROUNEY
Jennifer is a Senior Counsel at the Victorian Bar practising in taxation, superannuation, charity and commercial law.
Current at 6 May 2009
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This was presented at 40TH ANNUAL VICTORIAN STATE CONVENTION .

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Thin capitalisation - inbound and outbound

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Mass marketed schemes

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