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Planning - how far can you go? paper

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?

Author profile

David Marks CTA
David W Marks, QC, CTA is a Barrister at the Queensland Bar, with an extensive practice principally in tax, and more generally in equity and commercial matters. David was admitted as a solicitor in 1992, as a barrister in 2000, and took silk in 2015. He is an interstate member of the SA Bar Association. David contributes to tax law & policy submissions, for The Tax Institute, as a member of TTI technical committees. He is a past member of Qld’s State Council and Education Committee. In 2013, David received TTI’s Meritorious Service Award. - Current at 02 March 2017
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