Division 7A Income tax 2016

Division 7A

Source: New South Wales

Published Date: 2 Jun 2016


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This paper covers:

  • what to do about pre-December 1997 loans that are still on the balance sheet
  • when is a loan statute barred and what should you do about it?
  • when does Division 7A interact with trusts, UPEs and forgiveness?
  • what structuring opportunities are available to minimise the impact of Division 7A?
  • what does the post-implementation review of Division 7A mean for practitioners?


  • Published By: Gordon S Cooper
  • Published On:2 Jun 2016
  • Took place at:Sofitel Sydney Wentworth, Sydney

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Division 7A Income tax 2016

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