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Law: Additional Records for Taxation

Filed under: Taxation law, Taxation and Revenue

Additional Records for Taxation is a criminal charge used when a person is given a written notice by the Tax Commissioner to keep additional records for...

The tax facts you need to know - Loans, dividends and Division 7A

Filed under: Taxation law

As the owner of a private company, it’s normal – and completely legal - to borrow money from your business. However, thanks to Division 7A of the Tax Act,...

WA land tax – changes to the primary production exemption

Filed under: Taxation law

In the decision of Aveland Pty Ltd and the Commissioner of Taxation [2013] WASAT 180 (Aveland Pty Ltd), the Deputy President of the State Administrative...

The Lend Lease decision: what is the dutiable value of a transaction for stamp duty purposes?

Filed under: Taxation law

In every dutiable transaction the question arises: what is the dutiable value of the transaction? In the latest decision on this issue by the High Court,...

GST free going concerns – some practical issues

Filed under: Taxation law

The going concern exemption is attractive in that it provides a cash flow advantage to the purchaser in not having to finance a GST component of the purchase...

GST on online goods – abolition of the $1,000 exemption?

Filed under: Taxation law, Taxation and Revenue

In an agreement reached with the members of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) in Tokyo in April, it was agreed that a global...

Round up of key employment law and tax changes for the 2014/2015 financial year

Filed under: Business & Commercial Law, Taxation law

The commencement of the new financial year brings with it important changes to minimum wages, national unfair dismissal regulations and various tax thresholds...

Summary of the 2014/2015 Federal Budget

Filed under: Taxation law, Resources, Mining Services

While the Federal Budget handed down last night does not contain any real surprises, a few points are worthy of note.

The ATO provides welcome certainty for limited recourse borrowing arrangements

Filed under: Taxation law, Estate Planning and Development

In a previous Alert , we posed the question as to whether the exemption to the in-house asset rules in section 71(8) of the Superannuation Industry (Supervision)...

Queensland transfer duty exemptions for farm-in arrangements

Filed under: Energy & Natural Resources, Taxation law, Resources, Taxation and Revenue

The Queensland Office of State Revenue has issued a ruling on how it will apply the transfer duty exemption for farm-ins.


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