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Revenue versus capital: That old chestnut paper

Published on 18 Mar 15 by NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper covers:

  • SPI PowerNet Pty Ltd v Commissioner of Taxation
  • Commissioner of Taxation v Citylink Melbourne Limited
  • Commissioner of Taxation v Star City Pty Limited
  • Cliffs International Inc v FCT
  • reconciling the cases
  • capitalised labour
  • why capital treatment isn’t (necessarily) the end of the world - an analysis of various Division 40 provisions
  • taxpayer alert on property developers.

Author profiles

Jayshil Prasad ATI
Jay works for Allens Brisbane tax practice, and routinely advises on all aspects of corporate tax, stamp duty and GST related matters. Jay has been involved in providing tax related input for Australian companies and multinationals across an extensive range of industries and transactions. While based in the Brisbane office, Jay regularly advises on transactions Australia-wide. He is currently a registered legal practitioner, and a member of the Law Society of Queensland. - Current at 01 April 2016
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Katrina Parkyn ATI
Photo of author, Katrina PARKYN Katrina is a Partner in the tax group at King & Wood Mallesons. Based in Brisbane, she routinely advises on transactions Australia-wide across a broad spectrum of income tax, stamp duty and GST issues. Her experience includes advising on major infrastructure, resources and funds management. - Current at 14 December 2017
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