Capital Gains Tax (CGT) 2019

Professional firms - A history of the technical landscape

Source: Victoria

Published Date: 17 Oct 2019


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This paper covers:

  • Everett (February 1980)
  • IT 2330 - income tax: income splitting (June 1986)
  • Galland (December 1986)
  • IT2501 - Income tax: assignment of partnership interests (October 1988)
  • IT2503 - Income tax: Incorporation of medical and other professional practices (November 1988)
  • IT 2540 - Income tax: capital gains: application to disposals of partnership assets and partnership interests June 1989).

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Professional firms - A history of the technical landscape

Author(s): Andrew O'Bryan CTA , Simon Webster , Adam Dimac


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