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Trusts - Workshop Two


Loans from trusts to related parties can have significant taxation implications. They need to be monitored and reviewed in terms of the potential application of Division 7A, the debt forgiveness provisions and even Part IVA. Also there are a multitude of difficulties that have to be managed when trusts are varied or re-organised. This case study takes a practical look at the most significant issues to be aware of. Topics include:

  • Division 7A: Section 109XA-XC
  • traps for the unwary applying section 109 XB
  • debt forgiveness and debt /equity provisions
  • interest deductibility issues
  • what is a resettlement?
  • must a resettlement create an adverse capital gain result?
  • recent cases and Commissioner's statements.

Author profiles

Clifford Hughes CTA
Photo of author, Clifford HUGHES Clifford is Special Counsel at McInnes Wilson. - Current at 22 October 2013
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Damian O'Connor CTA
Damian is the Managing Principal of the specialist taxation firm Tax + Law. He has more than 40 years experience in tax and commercial and family legal issues in Brisbane and Melbourne. His experience includes 23 years with the Australian Taxation Office and as a tax partner of a national law firm. He is a regular presenter for The Tax Institute, professional development providers, professional associations and universities. - Current at 12 April 2017
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Trusts - Workshop One

Author(s):  Mark REYNOLDS

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