TOFA Corporate tax 2018

Project combination and integration

Source: Western Australia

Published Date: 24 Oct 2018


This presentation covers:

  • the concept of unitisation and the potential benefits
  • what fiscal policy settings are conducive to the success of these arrangements?
  • how does australia's tax regime compare?
  • can costs of these unitisations be mitigated within the existing system?
  • Is reform required?

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Individual Session

Asset unitisation

Author(s): Jess Fantin , O'Hare Janelle , James O'Reilly
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