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Practical Management of Division 7A video

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Publication date: 18 Mar 15 | Source: NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This video is a filmed session from the 30th National Tax Convention, powerpoint slides are incorporated with the presentation.

This video covers The Board of Taxation’s second discussion paper on the post-implementation review of Div 7A.

This session considered:

  • how the proposed reforms may operate to assist businesses
  • how to best manage the existing web of loans, UPEs and investment agreements facing privately owned groups
  • how to best manage accumulating annual Div 7A payments under section 109N and PSLA 2010/4
  • the difficulty in managing interest deductibility with cascading loans through chains of entities
  • cash flow implications of the Board of Taxation’s proposed “tick the box” approach and the simpler single complying loan framework.

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Practical management of Division 7A
Author(s):  Adele Townsend

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Adele is a Tax Partner at BDO. She is an experienced domestic and international taxation adviser with both listed and private clients in a wide range of industries, including mining services, transport, manufacturing, biotechnology and property. She also has significant experience advising individuals on a range of complex taxation matters such as divorce, death and international residency. - Current at 12 July 2018
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