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Resetting tax values in 2009 paper

Published on 23 Apr 09 by QUEENSLAND DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper covers:

  • practical issues in acquiring a subsidiary into an existing group
  • what happens if I form a group now? - traps for the unwary
  • focus on 2009 amendments.

Author profiles

Mauro Liberatore CTA
Mauro is a tax partner at WHK Horwath, specialising in corporate and international tax. Mauro has provided advice to clients in both planning for and applying the tax consolidation provisions. In this regard, Mauro has assisted clients on accounting, tax compliance, tax structuring and corporate governance matters. - Current at 22 January 2009
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Rohan Porter
Rohan is the Tax Manager at Virgin Australia, with a team of eight tax specialists with varied levels of experience. Rohan's career highlights since early 2011 include the restructure of the domestic and international airlines, the introduction of a new reservation platform and the acquisition of Skywest Airlines and Tiger Australia. More recently, the issue of US$860 million enhanced equipment notes shortly followed by the A$350 million rights issue, have kept Rohan and his team extremely busy. At Virgin Australia, Rohan is responsible for managing all areas of taxation in Australia and throughout the world, including corporate taxes, GST/VAT, employment taxes, aircraft financing, a myriad of international taxation issues and transfer pricing. - Current at 23 April 2014

 

This was presented at The Changing Face of Consolidations for SMEs .

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How difficult is it to recoup a loss in a consolidated group in 2009?

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