Financial Accounts Program Materials 2020
Webinar – Wednesday 23rd of March, 2016 Time: - 1:00pm - 2:00pmRegister Here - Webinar
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This webinar will cover the following topics:
This session will equip attendees to understand the framework of the main anti-avoidance provisions in Part IVA and the case law principles that have emerged in relation to those provisions, to understand the effect of the changes to the rules and to be aware of the various anti-avoidance rules that deal with "streaming" of dividends or capital to shareholders.
The consequences for taxpayers who fall foul of the anti-avoidance rules in the tax law can be very damaging, and case law on these provisions can be confusing and intimidating. Practitioners providing taxation advice to clients need to have a good basic understanding of the scope of the main anti-avoidance rules, the impact of case law and the attitude of the ATO so that they can identify possible risks, evaluate them and advise their clients on how to best manage them. This session is intended to equip practitioners with the basic tools to deal with this challenging and important area of tax law.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Practitioners who regularly advise clients on structuring their tax affairs and/or clients who hold assets through companies.
Price incl. GST
Webinar + "The Australian Tax Handbook Tax Return Edition 2015" BUNDLE Offer
Peter McCullough, Practice Head, Tax Group, Ashurst Australia
Peter is the practice head of the Tax Group at Ashurst Australia. He has over 25 years' experience at major law and accounting firms advising on income tax matters, including international tax matters, trust and fund structuring, financing, group restructures, infrastructure transactions and mergers and acquisitions.
Sanjay Wavde, Senior Associate, Tax Group, Ashurst Australia
Sanjay is a Senior Associate in the Tax Group at Ashurst Australia. He advises clients on the tax implications of corporate transactions and has had extensive experience advising on a trust tax matters. Sanjay has practised taxation law in both Australia and the US, and has a Master of Laws in Taxation from New York University.
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