Miscellaneous 2006

Current issues for primary producers

Source: TAS

Published Date: 20 Oct 2006


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The classic call from agribusiness clients is that they will do anything not to pay tax at year end, spend the money, FMDs, superannuation etc. But are these effective given changes to the legislation? In this paper Harry analyses:

  • tax planning strategies for primary production
  • timing of derivation of income and deductions
  • capital allowance and tax issues re. disposal of farming assets
  • are balancing adjustments, capital gains and recoups of expenditure treated concessionally?
  • how do the different divisions interact?


  • Published By: Harry M Rigney
  • Published On:20 Oct 2006
  • Took place at:Doherty St. Helens Resort

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Miscellaneous 2006

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