Published on 19 Aug 08
by VICTORIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
This presentation covers:
individuals - losses generally and the impact of Division 36
companies - the rules under Division 165 for unlisted private companies
loss transfer - satisfying the pre-requisites under Division 170
anti-avoidance - how do the specific anti-avoidance rules in Division 175 apply to prevent losses being claimed?
trusts - overview of Schedule 2F - including where trusts hold shares in private companies with losses.
Daniel is a dedicated taxation barrister at the Victorian Bar known for his strong technical and advisory knowledge. He has appeared in a number of complex taxation cases addressing issues such as transfer pricing, international corporate structuring, consolidations and Part IVA. Daniel works closely with Australia’s leading tax silks, multinational mining, mining services and financial services companies. He has an extensive advisory practice, in relation to structuring as well as settling taxation disputes with the ATO. Daniel was named as a leading junior counsel in Doyles Guide's listing of Leading Tax Barristers in 2015.
- Current at
21 September 2017
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