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Publication date: 08 Oct 15 | Source: VICTORIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

Abstract:
This video is a filmed session from Vic 3rd Annual Tax Forum, PowerPoint slides are incorporated with the presentation.

The employee share scheme rules have changed, again! These changes resulted from a review of Australia’s digital economy, which indicated that Australia is out of step with developed economies in relation to the tax treatment of employee equity schemes. As a result, the government introduced new rules, applicable from 1 July 2015, which offer benefits to “start-up” companies. Some changes also apply to non-start up companies, which means that there are also opportunities for these entities to tweak their plans to improve outcomes for employees.

This video runs through the impact of the most recent changes, identifies which entities meet the definition of a “start-up” and identifies where opportunities lie and traps remain.

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Employee share plans
Author(s):  James Newnham

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James Newnham
James Newnham, CTA is a Partner in DLA Piper's Tax Team with over 16 years' experience consulting to leading Australian companies and multinational groups. He provides practical direct tax advice with consideration to his clients specific business needs. James' tax structuring experience stems from advising on various transactions including mergers, demergers, capital restructures, IPOs, private equity acquisitions, share buy-backs, and cross-border expansions. He works with emerging and mature technology clients who have specific industry based tax issues. His areas of experience include drafting the tax aspects of legal documents, tax consolidation, international tax, capital gains tax, the debt/equity rules, debt forgiveness rules, and the employee share schemes. - Current at 09 May 2016
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