Published on 18 Mar 15
by NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
This paper covers:
- trustees resiling from resolutions
- section 100A - reimbursement agreements
- trusts mischaracterising property development receipts as capital gains.
Danielis a Principal of
Sladen Legal. He is a Chartered Tax Advisor
with The Tax Institute, accredited as a
specialist in Taxation Law with the Law
Institute of Victoria, and the principal author
of the Trust Structures Guide, recognised by
The Tax Institute as “the leading resource for
anyone advising on trusts, structuring and
planning issues”. From 2016 to 2019, Daniel
has been named in the list of Australia’s
“Best Lawyers of the Year” in the practice
of tax law in the list compiled by United
States peer-review company Best Lawyers.
Daniel has also been recognised in Doyles
Guide as a recommended tax lawyer since
2016. Daniel is a regular presenter at
industry conferences and workshops. Daniel
primarily advises businesses and high net
worth individuals in relation to business and
investment structuring, trusts, succession
planning and taxation law.
- Current at
04 September 2019
Patricia is a Legal Project Manager with Sladen Legal.
- Current at
31 October 2017
Renuka holds a Master of Commerce (Accounting). Renuka has written articles for Taxation in Australia on taxation issues associated with discretionary trusts and testamentary trusts and has also presented on the taxation of trusts. She is also a member of the Law Institute of Victoria's Tax Discussion Group. Renuka's principal areas of practice are: federal taxation - income tax, capital gains tax, Div 7A, consolidation and restructures; state taxation; business structuring; partnerships and service trusts; estate planning; and asset protection. Renuka applies her advanced knowledge of taxation law to advise clients on complex state and federal taxation issues associated with restructures and domestic and cross-border transactions for companies, trusts and consolidated groups. She also advises on asset protection and estate planning issues, with a focus on the taxation implications. Renuka joined Sladen Legal in 2006, having previously worked in the tax consulting divisions of two large accounting firms and in-house at a large legal firm. In 2010 and 2011, Renuka was also an executive director of the Eating Disorders Foundation of Victoria Inc, holding voluntary positions which involved corporate governance and strategic planning.
- Current at
01 June 2016