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Simplified imputation

Published on 03 Oct 02 by WESTERN AUSTRALIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This powerpoint presentation discusses the imputation changes and how franking has been simplified, the implications of simplified imputation for dividend policies/strategies, valuing the benefit of franked dividends for shareholders in light of recent legislative developments, and returning funds to shareholders and maximising shareholder value.

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Samuel Howard CTA
Photo of author, Sam HOWARD Sam is a Partner with Ernst & Young in Adelaide. Sam has over 20 years' experience in tax consulting, providing advice to a range of corporates and SME clients in Adelaide in areas such as transactions, restructuring and tax consolidation as well as general tax advisory services. Sam leads EY Adelaide's Tax Reporting practice which involves providing best practice solutions to large corporates and multi nationals around managing Tax Compliance Reporting. Until recently, Sam was a member of the TTI's State Technical Committee and is a past Chairman of that Committee. - Current at 17 September 2014
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Scott Bryant CTA
Photo of author, Scott BRYANT Scott is the Tax Leader and former Managing Partner of PwC Adelaide, and specialises in corporate and international taxation, including FBT. With over 25 years of experience Scott has a keen understanding of taxation consulting and compliance relating to corporate and international taxes, capital structures, mergers, acquisitions and floats/sales as well as corporate restructures and managing ATO audits for his clients. Scott is a CTA and with Tertiary qualifications in Law, Economics and Accounting is well regarded as a regular presenter on Tax and associated Economic and Societal issues. - Current at 07 June 2017
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