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Operating the trust

Published on 09 Apr 02 by QUEENSLAND DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This seminar paper discusses operating trusts, including: income, distributions and loans, trust losses, state tax issues including pay-roll tax, trust deed variations.

Author profile:

James PETERSON
James is a partner with Blake Dawson Waldron. He has extensive experience in revenue law and provides tax advice to a broad range of public and private corporations. He has spoken at conferences and seminars conducted by the Queensland Law Society as well as The Taxation Institute of Australia and the Australian Society of CPAs. James is a member of the Taxation Institute of Australia's State Council and Membership Committee.
Current at 4 June 2004
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This was presented at 13th National Convention.

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Trust Losses

Author(s):  Mark LEIBLER

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Utilisation of Tax Losses

Author(s):  Michael LONGES

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Substance versus form: the ATO approach: 2

Author(s):  David RUSSELL

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Current income tax and CGT issues for trusts

Author(s):  Rodney ROSENBLUM

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Practical issues: settling audits and contesting assessments

Author(s):  Rob O'CONNOR,  Liz PETERSEN

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Timing issues and derivation of income

Author(s):  John DAVIES

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Trends in taxes on employee benefits

Author(s):  Andrew PURDON

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Part IVA: where to draw the line

Author(s):  Michael CARMODY

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Part IVA: The Spotless Case

Author(s):  John EMMERSON

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The vulnerability of a professional adviser

Author(s):  Michael HILL

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The new R & D regime: 1996 changes to the tax concession

Author(s):  Martin FINN

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Tax issues for privatisation

Author(s):  Anthony PROCTOR

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