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The trust has served its purpose - Now what can we do with it paper?

Published on 22 Oct 09 by WESTERN AUSTRALIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper covers:

  • cloning: what really happens - cloning after abolition of the concession
  • splitting: what really happens - is ‘merely' a monster?
  • does ATOID 2009/86 signal the end for splitting?
  • what is the effect of the "other amendments" in the exposure draft?
  • extending the life: 80 years, royal lives and living forever in South Australia
  • renouncing or disclaiming interests after Ramsden and Spry: Which CGT event and what value?
  • changes to beneficiaries and classes of beneficiaries: The Statement of Principles; and
  • appointers and guardians: new appointments, changes and successors.

Author profile:

Grahame Young
Grahame practises as commercial counsel at Francis Burt Chambers in Perth. Prior to commencing practice as a barrister in 2001 he had broad experience as a solicitor and company director. Grahame’s principal areas of practice include transactional taxes; equity, trusts and succession; corporate law; and property law. He has a particular interest in structuring and restructuring corporate and family groups. He has spoken and written extensively on a wide range of legal and taxation topics for The Tax Institute and other professional bodies. He is editor of Duties Legislation Western Australia. Grahame has served as State Chair and National Councillor of The Tax Institute and received its Meritorious Service Award. Current at 04 July 2014 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Grahame YOUNG.
 
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