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Emerging issues in superannuation paper

Published on 25 Aug 16 by NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper covers:

  • foreign income tax offsets
  • tax changes following the federal election
  • status of consultations.

Author profile

Philip Witherow CTA
Philip CTA, is the General Manager Taxation at Cbus where he is responsible for the taxation affairs for Cbus and the Cbus Property entities. Prior to Cbus, Philip was a Principal in the Tax and Legal section at PricewaterhouseCoopers specialising in financial services and in particular large superannuation funds. He has been involved in the taxation industry for more than 20 years. - Current at 19 September 2016
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