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Franked distributions of trusts: systematic method of allocating them and other taxable income, with analysis of defective provisions

Published on 01 Oct 21 by "AUSTRALIAN TAX FORUM" JOURNAL ARTICLE

The relatively new rules allocating a trust’s franked distributions and associated tax attributes to beneficiaries are complex and they contain numerous anomalies and defects that provide challenges to understanding. This article provides a systematic approach to gaining an understanding of the rules and it uses numerous examples to facilitate this. The article also analyses the various anomalous and defective provisions and makes suggestions on the preferred interpretation that should be taken to these provisions.

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Dale Boccabella CTA
Dale has 18 years experience teaching a wide range of Australian taxation law courses at both undergraduate and postgraduate level including goods and services tax, fringe benefits tax, taxation of companies, tax administration and tax avoidance. Dale is currently teaching at the University of New South Wales and has also published over 70 articles on a wide range of areas of Australia’s taxation system. - Current at 29 May 2019
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