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Tax policy in an era of disruption: where to from here?
A new tax framework will focus on imposing tax based on where the economic substance is, or where consumption occurs.
Australia
20 May 2019
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Budget 2018: A pre-election sweetener
The 2018-19 Federal budget should be reviewed in the context of an anticipated federal election in the next twelve months.
Australia
17 May 2018
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Stapled strucures integrity package: An attempt to redress the balance
The proposed package, focussed on stapled structures, may rebalance tax concessions in property intensive investments.
Australia
7 Apr 2018
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Income stream products set for innovative changes as further tax concessions are considered
New regulations remove barriers to innovation in retirement income stream products to allow more choice for retirees.
Australia
24 Mar 2017
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Commissioner of Taxation circumvents the abolition of taxation priority in liquidations
The Court considered the validity of the Tax Commissioner's treatment of debits and credits in an insolvency context.
Australia
10 May 2016
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Federal Budget 2016-17 – Key tax measures for business
This article looks at some of the more significant tax measures in this year's Budget that will impact business.
Australia
8 May 2016
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Federal budget 2015-16: Quick guide - the big business measures
The article considers some of the more significant measures in the 2015-16 Federal Budget that will impact big business.
Australia
15 May 2015
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Re:think Tax Discussion Paper - dividend imputation, tax rates, GST and other key issues for business
The Federal Government has heralded its "Re:think Tax Discussion Paper" as "opening the conversation" on tax reform.
Australia
20 Apr 2015
9
Tax: Resource Capital Fund III LP - final orders made
The RCF case concerned the interaction of Australian domestic tax law and the Australia-United States double tax treaty.
Australia
22 May 2014
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Sovereign immunity back to the future: no legislated tax exemptions for foreign governments and SWFs
The government will not codify into legislation tax exemptions for passive income from foreign governments and SWFs.
Australia
10 Apr 2014
11
The thin capitalisation landscape – proposals and reviews
Changes or reviews are proposed for the "safe harbour" test, "arm's length debt" test and the "worldwide gearing" test.
Australia
10 Apr 2014
12
Government announcement on unlegislated tax changes
The Government decides which of the inherited, announced but unlegislated tax and superannuation measures will proceed.
Australia
15 Dec 2013
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Deductibility of outgoings: SPI Powernet Pty Ltd v Commissioner of Taxation [2013] FCA 924
The case highlights the difficulties for taxpayers, the ATO, and the courts, in applying the taxation law in this area.
Australia
15 Dec 2013
14
What does real tax reform look like?
The Government plans a white paper on tax reform within two years and will then seek a mandate at the next election.
Australia
19 Sep 2013
15
Corrs tax newsletter: September edition
The newsletter includes items of interest such as BEPS, corporate tax, employee share schemes and other new tax reforms.
Australia
15 Sep 2013
16
Withdrawals for excess concessional super contributions - Bills introduced
The Bills are designed to introduce a fairer system for the taxation of excess concessional superannuation contributions.
Australia
 
22 Jun 2013
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Fighting tax avoidance - changes to Part IVA of the Income Tax Assessment Act
The Government has introduced a bill to amend Part IVA of the Income Tax Assessment Act.
Australia
18 Jun 2013
18
Federal Budget 2013-14: A tough one for business, especially multinational business
Overview major Budget announcements in Australian Federal Budget 2013/14
Australia
14 May 2013
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Taxation relief to ensure members mandatorily transferred to a mysuper product are not adversely affected
Exposure draft legislation aims to tax provide relief from any adverse effects of the mandatory transfer of super funds.
Australia
24 Apr 2013
20
Transfer pricing and Part IVA: Taxpayers are winning the battles but losing the legislative war
Taxpayers as a collective body are no match for the Commissioner when lobbying the Government for legislative change.
Australia
 
9 Dec 2012
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