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New CGT rules for non-residents: traps for young players paper

Published on 29 Mar 07 by WESTERN AUSTRALIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

The recent reforms to the CGT recognition of disposals by non-Australian residents will have a significant impact on international businesses operating in Australia as well as their advisors. This paper puts the reforms into context and discusses in detail their operation and impact on businesses and their advisers. It concludes with an analysis of the tricks and traps contained in the rules.

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Lydia Kovacevich
Lydia is a manager with Ernst & Young. - Current at 29 March 2007
Mathew Chamberlain CTA
Mathew is a partner at EY and leads their Perth International Tax group. A legal practitioner admitted in WA and NSW, he has more than 24 years’ experience in international tax, focusing on the large multinational and corporate environments across Australia, the US, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Africa. Mathew specialises in international tax reform, foreign investment into Australia and outbound investment from Australia. A long-time member of The Tax Institute, Mathew has presented at national and state conventions on international tax issues and has also lectured on tax law at the University of Western Australia and Curtin University, at both postgraduate and undergraduate level. Mathew has led and participated in a number of government and ATO initiatives, working groups etc. on international tax law and policy issues affecting Australian inbound and outbound investment, including through the development of professional body and EY submissions. - Current at 23 January 2018
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