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.
Matt Hayes FTIA has been a KPMG Tax Partner for 21 years. During this period he has been seconded to a major publicly listed company to act as their in-house Tax Counsel for two years. Matt’s current role in KPMG’s Australian Tax Centre includes acting as a national and international contact point for Australia’s Business Tax Reform changes including the taxation reforms for financial arrangements. Matt is a member of the Taxation Institute’s Corporate Subcommittee
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