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The ABC of CGT in your family law property settlement
This arti­cle explains how CGT is usu­al­ly treat­ed by the Court in fam­i­ly law prop­er­ty set­tle­ment proceedings.
Australia
24 May 2019
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Commissioner of Taxation v Tomaras: High Court rules that tax debts can be transferred between spouse parties
Article discusses recent case where the rarely used section 90AE Family Law Act was applied.
Australia
29 Jan 2019
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The ABC of CGT in your family law property settlement
This article sets out how CGT is generally treated by the Family Court in family law property settlement proceedings.
Australia
19 Nov 2018
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The GST withholding regime starts July 2018 - a look at the transactions to which it will apply
The legislation requires purchasers to remit the GST element of the purchase price directly to the ATO at settlement.
Australia
1 Jun 2018
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Car allowance decision drives unfair dismissal access
The case considered the issue of car allowances to determine the annual rate of earnings for unfair dismissal purposes.
Australia
6 Apr 2018
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How to sell your business, tax effectively
Owners often fail to take advantage of the generous capital gains tax concessions available when selling a business.
Australia
23 Nov 2016
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Abolition of certain taxes in NSW on 1 July 2016
After years of delays, it seems that the NSW Government may finally make good on its promise to abolish a raft of duties.
Australia
20 Jun 2016
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Tax incentives for investors in early stage innovation companies
Tax breaks will be provided to encourage new investment in early stage innovation companies with high growth potential.
Australia
23 May 2016
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Government and ATO tighten laws in relation to sale of property by foreign residents
The article addresses how these amendments will apply to the sale of Australian real property by foreign residents.
Australia
24 Mar 2016
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Budget proposals offer start-ups an opportunity to get their legal house in order from the start
New start-up businesses should also develop and protect one of their most valuable assets – their intellectual property.
Australia
21 May 2015
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NSW Budget Defers Abolition of Duties
NSW is the only Australian state yet to abolish mortgage duty and transfer duty on unquoted marketable securities.
Australia
1 Jul 2012
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Have you locked in your Private Health Insurance Rebate for 2013 and beyond?
From 1 July 2012, the private health insurance rebate will be means tested.
Australia
22 Jun 2012
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ATO Isssues Statement on Bamford Case
The meaning of "share" in the Bamfords’ appeal and the definition of "net income" in the Australian Taxation Office’s appeal. The case involved consideration of key aspects of Section 97 of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1936 (ITAA36).
Australia
24 Jun 2010
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Superannuation Contribution Update
The Commissioner of Taxation has expanded the definition of 'ordinary time earnings', meaning employers will be obliged to contribute superannuation on an increased number of payment types made to employees.
Australia
 
29 Jul 2009
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Tax And Child Support
Today the amount of periodic child support that one parent is required to pay the other is determined according to the cost of care for a child (based on cost of care tables) which is then apportioned between the parents according to the amount of time the child spends overnight with each parent and the income of the parents.
Australia
26 Jul 2009
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Capital Gains Tax & Family Law Settlements
The transfer from one party to the other party of the interest of that party in the former matrimonial home, pursuant to an order of the Family Court or a Family Law settlement, in the past, had been exempt from Capital Gains Tax (CGT).
Australia
2 Aug 2007
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