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Cutting consolidation to the core

Published on 01 Aug 07 by "THE TAX SPECIALIST" JOURNAL ARTICLE

Consolidated groups are taxed on the basis of statutory fictions, which work well in simple cases, but less well otherwise. This article analyses some current issues.

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Author Photo - Cameron RIDER
Cameron RIDER
Cameron practices in corporate and international tax at Allens Arthur Robinson. Cameron’s practice currently encompasses corporate restructures and acquisitions (including in the mining sector), consolidation, taxation of financial arrangements and foreign currency transactions, taxation of intellectual property, and international transfer pricing. Cameron has returned as a Tax Partner at Allens Arthur Robinson after a period as Professor of Taxation Law at the University of Melbourne.
Current at 9 February 2009
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This was presented at 3rd Consolidation Symposium: Dealing with Mergers, Acquisitions and Divestments .

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Buying and selling a company - consolidation due diligence issues and trends: purchaser issues

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MEC groups and evolving international tax issues

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Cost setting rules - the difficult issues

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Consolidation in practice - impact on transactions

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