Published on 15 Feb 01
by NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
This paper consists on an overview of consolidations. It dicusses a number of issues such as: How do you become/cease to be a group?; Can I just use book values?; The end of the present grouping provisions; The end of rollovers; The proposed arms length rule; What happens to intercompany transactions after consolidation?; What happens to goodwill on consolidation?; What transition options are there? Acquiring a new company and commencing to be consolidated, what happens?; Selling a subsidiary and degrouping; How is franking account to be managed under consolidation?
Christopher, Barrister, Fifth Floor Selborne Chambers specialising in all aspects of taxation law. Prior to going to the Bar in 2003, Chris had 16 years’ experience in advising financial institutions and large Australian and international corporations on income and CGT issues. At the Bar, Chris has represented clients at all stages of their disputes with the Commissioner; starting with collating and preparing voluntary disclosures (and incorporating strong legal argument supporting the position adopted), then challenging their amended assessments and debt recovery proceedings brought by the Commissioner, through mediation and appeals to the AAT and Federal Court, as well as defending claims in the District Court and Supreme Court, and negotiating stays of execution of judgments and settlements.
Chris has also assisted in disputes between clients and their former advisors, in determining whether there are any bases for mitigation of losses.
- Current at
06 October 2017
Jim is a tax specialist with more than 30 years’ experience. Jim recently completed a Masters of Taxation degree through the University of New South Wales and has a law degree from the University of Adelaide.
- Current at
30 August 2017