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An update on the consolidation regime presentation

Published on 30 Oct 12 by NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

Changes to the legislation during 2012 including changes to rights to future income and the taxation of financial arrangements.

This presentation covers:

  • the status of further announced legislation changes
  • updated on Board of Taxation post implementation review
  • changes in the law around joint and several liability, including the impact this will have on tax sharing agreement
  • a series of practical tax issues arising in respect of tax consolidated groups including from Australian Taxation Office client risk reviews.

Author profiles:

Jenny CLARKE
Jenny Clarke FTIA is a Partner at KPMG and has over 20 years of experience working with financial services clients. Jenny specialises in, and has been extremely involved with, the development of the tax consolidation legislation. Jenny is in regular contact with KPMG experts who attend the National Tax Liaison Group meetings and other meetings with Treasury and has been involved in tax consolidation projects for many of KPMG’s clients
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Geoffrey YIU
Geoffrey is a Senior Tax Manager at KPMG and has practised in KPMG’s Banking and Finance group for over eight years. Geoffrey has specialised in tax consolidation since the release of the first exposure draft legislation in December 2000 and since then has been involved in a number of significant asset cost setting projects and advised on a broad range of tax consolidation related issues. Geoffrey currently coordinates a monthly KPMG forum which identifies emerging tax consolidation issues, particularly in the mergers and acquisition space.
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This was presented at 2012 Corporate Tax Masterclass .

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