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Published on 11 Jul 08
by QUEENSLAND DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
This paper covers:
planning for transactions involving tax consolidations
tax sharing and funding agreements
tax consolidations and PAYG instalments
proposed changes to the scrip for scrip rollover rules and tax consolidations.
Michael Chang FTIA is an Executive Director in the Corporate Tax Division of Ernst & Young with specialist experience in major infrastructure projects for private equity organisations and managed funds. His focus is on income tax issues related to domestic and outbound expansions for Australian organisations. Current at 1 August 2008Current at 30 September 2008
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