Published on 28 May 08
by NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
For the first time, Australia proposes to introduce a comprehensive tax hedging regime for taxpayers. This presentation examines the effect of the new provisions in detail, the pros and cons of making a tax hedging election and current issues that arise with the new tax hedging rules. Topics covered include:
tax hedging - how to get it
effect of making a tax hedging election
should you make a tax hedging election?
tax documentation requirements
hedging in practice - common examples and implementation issues.
Matthew Hayes CTA
Matt has been a KPMG Tax Partner in the Australian firm for 23 years. Matt's current role in KPMG's Australian Taxation Centre includes consultation with Government, Treasury and Taxation Authorities on legislative and administrative matters. Matt has been the income tax partner on Australian and international corporate clients and was seconded to a major publicly listed company, acting as their in-house tax counsel for 2 years.
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