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In Division 7A, We Trust

Published on 26 Nov 2020 | Took place at The Melbourne, Perth, WA

This event provided an update of the current state of play of Division 7A, consider the ways COVID-19 has impacted on taxpayers’ abilities to comply and use practical examples and case studies to examine the following key Division 7A issues:

  • what COVID-19 concessions are available to deal with Division 7A?
  • what can we expect from proposed reforms?
  • strategies to deal with financially distressed clients and Division 7A
  • debt forgiveness
  • capital gains and residency issues

This event also provided delegates with an in-depth understanding of the key developments in trusts including:

  • trust taxation – Reimbursement Agreement (Section 100A)
  • structuring for trusts workshop.

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Individual sessions

State of play of Division 7A

Author(s):  Robyn Jacobson

This presentation covers:

  • where are we at and what do you need to know now?
  • how has COVID-19 impacted taxpayers’ abilities to comply with Division 7A?
  • what COVID-19 concessions are available to deal with Division 7A?
  • what can we expect from the proposed reforms?
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Workshop - Restructuring for Division 7A

Author(s):  Dudley Elliott

This paper covers practical examples and case studies to examine what arrangements are available to move away from existing structures and how to successfully implement these.

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Australian Taxation Office - Update

Author(s):  Rick Owen

This presentation covers an update on some topical areas of Division 7A.

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Capital gains residency issues

Author(s):  Joanne Wynne,  Nicole Fleay,  Andrew Ravenscroft

This paper covers the interaction of residency rules and potential traps in relation to the CGT outcomes.

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Workshop - Structuring for trusts

Author(s):  James Galati

This paper covers whether trusts may no longer be appropriate in some situations, and a practical guide with case studies illustrating some aspects of structuring and restructuring through trusts.

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