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Tax consolidation overview of changes announced on 25 November 2011 presentation


This presentation covers:

  • summary of claims
  • three different sets of rules for rights to future income (RFI) and residual assets
  • roadmap
  • three categories of rights to future income
  • other matters no dealt with by Annoucement.


Author profiles

Jonathan Rintoul CTA
Photo of author, Jonathan Rintoul Jonathan is a partner at EY in Melbourne. Jonathan’s experience includes providing corporate tax advice and compliance services to listed, government, private and foreign-owned entities, predominantly in the resources, energy and utilities sectors. This experience is complemented by two long-term secondments into senior “in-house” tax roles for listed entities, including during 2015 when Australian corporate taxpayers faced a range of new tax transparency demands in the face of increasing public interest in this issue. - Current at 30 March 2016
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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


This was presented at 6th National Consolidation Symposium .

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Individual sessions

Where are we now

Author(s):  Frank DRENTH

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ATO guidance and the way forward

Author(s):  Peter WALMSLEY

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Impact for entities joining before 31 March 2011

Author(s):  Wayne PLUMMER

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