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Withholding tax considerations presentation


This presentation covers:

  • RWT and assignment of copyright (Draft ruling released TR2007/D5)
  • contractor withholding tax/building etc projects (TR2006/D12 replacing TR2006/D3; note also PS LA 2006/10)
  • S128F issues.

Author profiles

Justin Cherrington
Justin is a partner at Malleson Stephen Jaques’ Melbourne Office where he specialises in income tax issues. He has been closely involved in all manner of tax work including corporate restructures, major acquisitions and international tax issues. Justin specialises in all aspects of corporate taxation, including dividend imputation, capital gains tax, capital distributions and employment related tax issues. - Current at 23 July 2007
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John King CTA
John is a Consultant at Prolegis Lawyers in Sydney. Prolegis is a 10 lawyer boutique firm that specialises in advising clients throughout Australia in relation to the charities and not-for-profits sector (including structuring, establishment, tax, regulatory, governance and other compliance, fundraising, grant making, employment law, mergers & other restructures, and disputes). Prior to joining Prolegis in 2011, John was a Tax Partner at Mallesons Stephen Jaques (now King&Wood Mallesons) in Sydney and New York for more than 31 years. - Current at 27 June 2016
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Tim Sherman CTA
Photo of author, Tim SHERMAN Tim is a Tax Partner at King & Wood Mallesons. Tim practises in corporate and international tax and has experience in advising on the tax aspects of mergers and acquisitions, capital raisings and corporate restructures. - Current at 02 June 2014
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