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Alienation of Personal Services Income - The Practical Guide

Published on 12 Sep 00 by SOUTH AUSTRALIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

The Government has introduced restrictive legislation placing onerous obligations on individuals who seek to limit their tax liability by the use of interposed trusts, companies or partnerships. This practical session guides participants through the new provisions and suggests how the new rules will apply. Powerpoint presentation.

Author profiles:

John Levy CTA
John is principal of his own commercial and tax legal practice John Levy Lawyers. John has particular expertise in structuring business enterprises, documenting asset acquisitions and advising a broad range of tax and revenue (including income tax, capital gains tax and stamp duty). Current at 20 July 2012 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by John LEVY.
 
Malcolm WIGHT
Malcolm is a Director of Grant Thornton Adelaide's tax division. He is responsible for managing a significant proportion of the firm's technical tax work and is Chairman of Grant Thornton's National Tax Committee. Malcolm has been responsible for tax assignments in a wide range of areas, including property development and ownership, product rulings, and the consolidated entity regime. Malcolm is a member of the Tax Institute's SA State Council and the Membership Services Committee.
Current at 7 December 2005
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