Miscellaneous 1999

Life after Ralph - CGT reforms

Source: Western Australia

Published Date: 12 Nov 1999


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On 21 September 1999 the Government's announced response to the Ralph Report (Review of Business Taxation - A Tax System Redesigned, July 1999). The package contained a number of surprises for individual investors, small business and business generally. Perhaps the biggest surprise is the 50% concession for individuals together with the extension of the 50% goodwill exemption to all active assets.


  • Published By: Geoff Petersson
  • Published On:12 Nov 1999
  • Took place at:City West Function Centre, City West

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Miscellaneous 1999

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