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TOFA and tax consolidation presentation

Published on 01 May 09 by NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This presentation covers the interaction of TOFA with the tax consolidation regime, including:

  • joining and leaving a tax consolidated group
  • elections and balancing adjustments
  • tax cost setting rules for Division 230 financial assets and financial liabilities
  • the ATO perspective
  • outstanding issues.

Author profiles:

Mark POOLE
Mark is a Partner in KPMG’s Corporate Tax Division and Legal Practitioner Director of KPMG Tax Lawyers Pty Limited. Mark specialises in taxation of capital raisings and mergers & acquisitions. Mark joined KPMG after working for 15 years with another Big Four accounting firm and four years as a solicitor. Mark has written numerous technical papers in the areas of corporate restructures and the taxation of debt and equity. He was educated at St John’s College, Cambridge and has a honours degree in law from Monash University, Victoria.
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Julian HUMPHREY
Julian Humphrey FTIA has 12 years experience with the KPMG Banking & Finance Tax Practice. He works primarily with international banks and financial services companies operating in Australia providing corporate income tax services. Julian’s areas of expertise includes the taxation of banks and bank branches, the taxation of financial arrangements and retail financial products as well as Australia’s offshore banking regime. He is a regular participant in consultation with Government on Australia’s tax reform proposals affecting Australian financial institutions.
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This was presented at 4th National Consolidation Symposium .

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Individual sessions

ATO perspective on consolidation - Unravelling the mysteries of the single entity rule

Author(s):  Des MALONEY,  Peter WALMSLEY

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Consolidation: Legislative changes (Part B)

Author(s):  Peter MURRAY

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Consolidation and mining assets – Some selected acquisition issues checklist

Author(s):  Cameron RIDER

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Tax consolidation – Financial services

Author(s):  Tony STOLAREK

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