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Tax consolidation law changes - Counsel & practitioner perspective presentation

Published on 14 Oct 10 by NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This presentation covers:

  • TLAB No. 1 amendments (refer handout)
  • recap tax cost setting process
  • use of tax cost setting amount (TCSA)
  • right to future income (RTFI)
  • separate asset rule
  • examples:
    • long term construction contract
    • health insurance
    • agreed terms and conditions
  • residual assets.

Author profiles

Peter Murray CTA-Life
Photo of author, Peter MURRAY Peter is the leader of the firm’s Tax Division. Peter was previously a Senior Tax Partner at KPMG, with 30 years’ service. Peter specialises in tax issues impacting listed and privately owned corporate groups and managing tax disputes. His specific areas of specialisation include corporate group reorganisations, mergers and acquisition, including domestic, inbound and outbound investment, thin captalisation and debt/equity, capital/revenue characterisation, tax consolidation, repatriation of profits, trusts, application of the general anti-avoidance rules (GAAR), and tax risk management and dispute resolution. More recently Peter has been advising on the tax implications of investing in cryptocurrencies and initial coin offerings. Peter has been listed in The Best Lawyers in Australia in tax law every year since 2013. He is also a recommended tax lawyer in Australia and a leading tax lawyer in Victoria in Doyle's Guide to the Legal Profession. He is a Life Member (CTA) of The Tax Institute, Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia and New Zealand and Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. Peter is currently a member of the ATO General Anti Avoidance Rule (GAAR) Panel and a past President of The Tax Institute. (Kathy updated for Tax and Innovation Day) - Current at 24 August 2018
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Colin Jones CTA
Colin is a Partner in Ernst & Young’s Tax Consulting group. Colin has over 18 years’ experience in tax advisory, structuring and compliance, specialising in income tax issues impacting both Australian and foreign-owned groups. Colin has extensive experience in the practical application of the tax consolidation law to consolidated group formations, M&A transactions, group restructures and consolidated tax returns. - Current at 25 November 2011
Michael Flynn QC CTA-Life
Photo of author, Michael FLYNN Michael is a Barrister at Owen Dixon Chambers West, specialising in taxation, and was National President of The Tax Institute in 2014. He is the author, with James Kessler, QC, of Drafting Trusts and Will Trusts in Australia (2nd edition, 2017). Michael has appeared in the Administrative Appeals Tribunal, the Federal Court and the High Court in taxation cases. Michael has been a member of various committees of The Tax Institute for over 20 years. - Current at 02 December 2019
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Tax consolidation law changes - Counsel and practitioner perspectives

Author(s):  Colin Jones

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Tax consolidation law changes - Counsel and practitioner perspectives

Author(s):  Michael FLYNN

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Merger & acquisitions transactions

Author(s):  Richard HENDRIKS

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SMEs and tax consolidation

Author(s):  Alexis KOKKINOS

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Compliance - ATO perspective

Author(s):  Scott Burrows

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Post implementation review of certain aspects of the consolidation regime

Author(s):  Keith JAMES

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