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The new tax incentives for early stage investors paper


This paper covers:

  • background to the TIFESI regime
  • does the company qualify as an ESIC?
  • can a company apply for a private ruling?
  • are the shares eligible for the tax incentives?
  • is the investor eligible to access the tax incentives?
  • how does the CGT exemption for investors operate?

Author profiles

Shaun Cartoon FTI
Shaun advises on a broad range of taxation issues in corporate, international and employment taxation, with a focus on M&A, capital management, employee share plans and superannuation. He also has experience in tax audits and disputes and has been involved in the carriage of tax cases through the Australian courts. Shaun is a member of Allens' Accelerate, an initiative aimed at providing cost efficient tax and legal services to high growth startup companies in Australia. - Current at 24 April 2017
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Anfeng He FTI
Anfeng He, FTI, is a Senior Associate at Allens. He advises taxpayers on a broad range of corporate tax issues, with a focus on advisory and disputes. In his advisory work, Anfeng helps taxpayers navigate the Australian income tax implications of their transactions and business restructures. In his disputes work, Anfeng assists taxpayers with the full ambit of dispute resolution, from audit to litigation. His recent experience includes litigation in the Federal Court and advising on the conduct and settlement of a long standing transfer pricing dispute with the ATO. - Current at 12 May 2021
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