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Tax deferred distributions paper

Published on 19 Feb 14 by NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper covers:

  • another item for legislative change?
  • the issue – ATO ID 2011/58
  • practical application of ATOID revenue treatment views
  • treasury and the Government’s views
  • technical analysis.

Author profiles

Antoinette Elias CTA
Photo of author, Antoinette ELIAS Antoinette Elias, CTA, is the Oceania Sector Leader for Wealth & Asset Management and is a Tax Partner in EY’s Financial Services Group with over 33 years’ experience as a tax adviser. Antoinette has extensive experience in advising on the tax issues facing custodians, managed investment trusts, fund managers, superannuation funds and hedge funds. In particular, Antoinette has been and continues to be heavily involved in the consultation process regarding the unprecedented level of policy changes and proposed tax rules facing the financial services industry such as the development of the IMR Rules, the AMIT Rules and the proposed ARFP and CCIV rules. - Current at 18 June 2018
Brian Lane
Brian is an Associate Director at Ernst & Young. Brian assists the Australian Corporate Tax Consulting Group in respect of a broad range of issues with a focus on new developments for clients. Brian has participated in numerous consultation forums on tax consolidation with Treasury, the Australian Taxation Office and the professional accounting bodies throughout the ongoing development of tax consolidation law. Brian holds a Master of Taxation from the University of Melbourne. - Current at 25 February 2014
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