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Court-ordered termination of a well-known Community Titles Scheme (CTS) at the Gold Coast
This court appointment is an option available to CTS lot owners to terminate a property venture when owners cannot agree.
Australia
16 Sep 2019
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Challenging the ATO on a garnishee notice
Article discusses five reasons why it considers that a sale from a share registry is exempt.
Australia
4 Jun 2019
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Bankruptcy and income tax returns
Article discusses what happens if there is a tax refund owing to the debtor in bankruptcy.
Australia
12 May 2019
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ATO winding up applications
Article discusses what can advisors expect in the near future.
Australia
8 May 2019
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Capital gains tax in insolvency appointments
This article considers three major issues involved in how capital gains tax is treated in insolvency administrations.
Australia
10 Apr 2019
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ATO Hotline: another measure to prevent illegal phoenix activity
The Phoenix Hotline is where people can report suspected phoenix behaviour to the ATO, so it can pursue wrongdoers.
Australia
6 Aug 2018
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Lockdown DPNs and personal liability
The ATO can use DPN provisions to force directors of a company to personally pay outstanding PAYG withholding and SGC.
Australia
6 Aug 2018
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How ATO garnishee notices work
The ATO has long held the power to also recover outstanding tax debts from third parties, via garnishee notices.
Australia
7 May 2018
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Superannuation obligations, directors and the layers of complexity
Directors need to know how critical it is to lodge and pay the company's employee superannuation obligations—on time.
Australia
7 Apr 2018
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Tax whack turns the solvent to insolvent!
Clients must ensure they have procedures which will maintain proper corporate governance, especially in times of dispute.
Australia
8 Mar 2018
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