Published on 27 Jul 07
by NATIONAL EVENTS, TAXATION INSTITUTE OF AUSTRALIA
This paper covers:
- do professional advisors have an obligation to advise clients on how to minimise their State and Territory obligations and how to structure their affairs?
- In light of the express anti-avoidance provisions in a number of States and Territories’ Acts, how far can professional advisors and their clients go when planning for transactions involving State and Territory taxes?
- When does a professional advisor become a promoter? Does this matter for State and Territory purposes?
- What are the professional indemnity insurance consequences of a professional advisor engaging in State and Territory tax planning?
David W Marks QC is a commercial Silk practising principally in Tax. He has a broader practice in commercial litigation, trusts and estates, and administrative law. He contributes to the life of the profession through his committee work for The Tax Institute & other professional bodies. He is a Chartered Tax Advisor and a Registered Trust and Estates Practitioner. He received the Tax Institute’s Meritorious Service Award in 2013.
- Current at
12 June 2017