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Rights to income and other "new deductions" paper

Published on 14 Oct 10 by NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper covers:

  • background - company versus asset acquisitions
  • rights to income
  • revenue assets/circulating capital
  • other non-contractual customer intangibles
  • the new "rights to income" - through a valuer's lens.

Author profiles:

Author Photo - Wayne Plummer ATI
Wayne Plummer ATI
Wayne is a Tax Partner at PwC with over 28 years of corporate tax experience. He advises a range of multinational companies in relation to their Australian tax affairs. Wayne specialises in the tax consolidation rules, capital management and M&A. He is a regular tax presenter and contributor to ATO and Treasury consultation forums. Current at 02 June 2015 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Wayne PLUMMER.
 
Andrew Woollard CTA
Andrew Woollard FTIA is a Tax Partner with Ernst & Young, specialising in corporate and international tax. Andrew has over 15 years experience in advising clients on a broad range of corporate tax issues, including M&A transactions, restructuring, and business tax reform issues, including tax consolidation and tax loss issues. Current at 03 September 2010 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Andrew WOOLLARD.

Nigel Smythe

This was presented at 5th Consolidation Symposium.

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Individual sessions

Tax consolidation law changes - Counsel and practitioner perspectives

Author(s):  Colin Jones

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Tax consolidation law changes - Counsel and practitioner perspectives

Author(s):  Michael FLYNN

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Merger & acquisitions transactions

Author(s):  Richard HENDRIKS

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SMEs and tax consolidation

Author(s):  Alexis KOKKINOS

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Compliance - ATO perspective

Author(s):  Scott Burrows

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Post implementation review of certain aspects of the consolidation regime

Author(s):  Keith JAMES

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