Miscellaneous 2010

Section 109CA - Division 7A and the use of private company assets

Source: New South Wales

Published Date: 29 Jul 2010


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This paper covers:
  • the provisions
  • dual capacity shareholders - Division 7A or fringe benefits tax?
  • distributable surplus
  • when does a benefit arise?
  • carve outs
  • valuation of benefits
  • allocation of benefits
  • GST and income tax considerations
  • what to do going forward?

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Section 109CA - Division 7A and the use of private company assets

Author(s): Darren Shone CTA


  • Published By: Darren Shone CTA
  • Published On:29 Jul 2010
  • Took place at:Swissotel, Sydney

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Miscellaneous 2010

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