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Lay of the Land Property Tax Update: Rely on ruling in good faith to prevent GST withholding penalties
What you need to know about the new ATO ruling that provides guidance in relation to the new GST obligations.
Australia
9 Oct 2018
2
Transfer pricing annual review 2018 – Financier Worldwide
Advice on the significant changes and developments in transfer pricing over the past 12 months.
Australia
9 Oct 2018
3
Reporting Australian Superannuation Funds As Foreign Trusts For Tax Purposes
Current US tax laws do not provide any definitive guidance on the US tax classification and treatment of hybrid foreign retirement plans such as an Australian Superannuation Fund
Australia
9 Oct 2018
4
ATO extends the Taxable Payment Reporting System
The ATO's Black Economy Taskforce has extended the TPRS to encourage businesses to keep sufficient business records.
Australia
8 Oct 2018
5
Trust split arrangements may give rise to capital gains tax
Draft determination TD 2018/D3 says that trust split arrangements of the type described will cause a CGT event to arise.
Australia
1 Oct 2018
6
Concerned about CGT when selling an inherited property? The ATO is here to help
ATO has the discretion to extend the period that beneficiaries are able to disregard any CGT implications beyond 2 years.
Australia
12 Sep 2018
7
Federal Court case supports ATO position on trust splitting - so what are my other options?
As trust splitting is likely to give rise to adverse tax consequences, it could be necessary to consider other options.
Australia
10 Sep 2018
8
High Court clarifies question on trust streaming of franking credits
The Commissioner is bound by a court's finding of legal fact, but not to taxation consequences that flow from that fact.
Australia
10 Sep 2018
9
ATO confirms position on supplies of hotel accommodation in Australia and GST.
Article outlines confirmed GST obligations for hotel industry and tour operators.
Australia
5 Sep 2018
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Australia
5 Sep 2018
11
Reversionary pensions and transfer balance caps
These new rules need a fundamental review of estate plans, where there are funds in superannuation, particularly SMSFs.
Australia
30 Aug 2018
12
ATO response to High Court decision in Bywater
Discussion of the consequences of the new tax ruling that reverses the central management and control test.
Australia
28 Aug 2018
13
Federal Court decision highlights the urgent need for change to income tax residency rules for individuals
Subsequent to the court decision, the Government released the Board of Taxation's self-initiated review into the topic.
Australia
24 Aug 2018
14
An update on the new GST withholding regime for the sale of residential premises
The Bill introduced GST changes which affect both vendors and purchasers when buying or selling residential real estate.
Australia
23 Aug 2018
15
The ramifications of the full Federal Court decision in the Aussiegolfa DomaCom case – a win for the SMSF on the sole purpose test
The investment did not breach the sole purpose test as the rental arrangement was the same as with arm's-length tenants.
Australia
20 Aug 2018
16
Taxing sale proceeds: income or capital? - that is the question
The ATO recently published a draft 'property and construction website guidance' and is seeking industry consultation.
Australia
20 Aug 2018
17
Part IVA anti-avoidance provisions: where is the line now between legitimate tax planning and tax avoidance?
Part IVA reforms create uncertainty about where the line between acceptable tax planning and unacceptable tax avoidance lies.
Australia
15 Aug 2018
18
Trust splitting: no longer an estate planning option?
Draft taxation determination 2018/D3 outlines the ATO view that a trust split potentially triggers CGT consequences.
Australia
10 Aug 2018
19
Draft Legislation Likely To Be Implemented To Target Tax Structuring Strategies Via Hybrid Mismatches
Potential new laws aim to prevent the exploitation of differences between tax treatment of entities etc across countries.
Australia
8 Aug 2018
20
Appealing fines to Revenue NSW becoming an increasingly pointless exercise
More people are opting to go to court rather than appealing to Revenue NSW, due to a perceived unlikelihood of success.
Australia
8 Aug 2018
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