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The RCF IV Case - a pyrrhic victory for taxpayers?
Subject to recognition of foreign judgment debts, the ATO may be able to recover tax debts from limited partners.
Australia
6 Mar 2018
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Federal Budget Tax Update – 9 May 2017
This Budget focuses on housing affordability, banks and integrity measures to address inequities in the tax system.
Australia
12 May 2017
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Tax time! New tax laws for franchisors to keep in mind
This article considers some of the recent tax changes that are likely to impact on franchisors and their networks.
Australia
24 Apr 2017
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Bloomberg BNA - Ellen Thomas - Stapled structures
TA 2017/1, an ATO alert on the use of stapled structures, could deter foreign investment in major infrastructure.
Australia
3 Mar 2017
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The ATO is coming after stapled structures - TA 2017/1
This Taxpayer Alert is likely to affect investors in numerous asset classes, including infrastructure and renewables.
Australia
16 Feb 2017
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Australian Federal Budget 2016
This includes business tax and international tax measures and some of the personal tax measures in the Federal Budget.
Australia
9 May 2016
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High Court dismisses the Commissioner's appeal in Australian Building Systems
The decision limits the ability of the Commissioner to use section 254 to achieve priority over secured creditors.
Australia
22 Dec 2015
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Finally! Changes to employee share scheme taxation regime are here
These changes allow taxing points to be deferred for longer and introduce a significant new concession for "start-ups".
Australia
6 Jul 2015
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Making Australian employee share option plans possible
The Government published exposure draft legislation to lessen the taxation of employee share and share option plans.
Australia
20 Jan 2015
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Return of the employee share option scheme - Government delivers
This is good news for foreign companies that have already entered, or are looking to enter, the Australian market.
Australia
28 Oct 2014
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Government position on remaining 64 announced but unlegislated tax changes
This week the Assistant Treasurer issued a media release concerning 64 tax measures previously announced but unlegislated.
Australia
24 Dec 2013
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Government position on previously announced but outstanding tax changes
The Government will seek to resolve policies relating to the announced but outstanding 92 measures by 1 December 2013.
Australia
16 Nov 2013
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Newcastle Herald - Start-ups frustrated by unfair tax
The article discusses how the employee share option plans tax is hampering the growth of technology start-up businesses.
Australia
16 Jul 2013
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Deductibility of the cost of mining rights and information
Expenditure on the acquisition of mining rights and information will in future be depreciated over the life of the mine.
Australia
16 May 2013
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Protection from "erosion" of the corporate tax base
Proposed changes to the tax system aim to remove opportunities for foreign investors to transfer profits from Australia.
Australia
16 May 2013
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Taxpayer wins High Court appeal on franking credit scheme
This was a test case of the application of s177EA of Part IVA of the ITAA, to certain imputation benefit schemes.
Australia
25 Nov 2012
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MRRT: New tax on Australian mining projects
The Minerals Resource Rent Tax (MRRT) is a new tax on profits made from extracting iron ore and coal in Australia.
Australia
13 May 2012
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Further Progress with Investment Manager Regime - Conduit Income Measures & Taxation
The Federal Government has released a second exposure draft of legislation implementing the Investment Manager Regime.
Australia
23 Mar 2012
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FBT reforms – Living-away-from-home targeted
Treasury proposes to remove the concessional treatment of the LAFH allowance paid to temporary residents in Australia.
Australia
12 Dec 2011
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Accountants’ tax advice no longer enough to avoid penalties: Tribunal decision in Sinclair v FC of T
The decision of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) in Sinclair v FC of T [2010] AATA 902 has thrown up some uncertainty about the level of assurance that taxpayers need to obtain to avoid being subject to tax penalties.
Australia
8 Jun 2011
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