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Tax cases: When do primary production activities constitute a business?

Published on 01 Apr 14 by "TAXATION IN AUSTRALIA" JOURNAL ARTICLE

In Nelson v FCT, the Federal Court considered what steps a taxpayer needed to take to establish a business for income tax purposes.

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Michael Norbury CTA
Michael has over 25 years experience in the areas of commercial law, revenue law (income tax, state taxes, GST, international tax), and estate planning. As an accomplished practitioner in the commercial area, Michael advises clients on an array of matters relating to taxation and revenue and general commercial issues in industries, including retail, energy, manufacturing and telecommunications. Michael is a member of The Tax Institute's Victorian State Taxes Subcommittee. After more than 10 years at Madgwicks, Michael has recently established his own practice. Current at 01 January 2016 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Michael NORBURY.
 
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