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Foreign investors in Australian resources projects receive important income tax guidance from Federal Court
All foreign investors into our resource companies should consider how they value those companies for Australian CGT purposes.  .
Australia
14 Feb 2018
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Anti-phoenixing reforms to corporate law, tax law and insolvency now open for consultation
Phoenix activity affects creditors, employees, competing businesses and taxpayers when it leaves behind an empty shell.
Australia
29 Sep 2017
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Budget 2016/17 - Multinationals in the spotlight
Given the media attention on measures to combat multinational tax avoidance, several integrity measures were announced.
Australia
9 May 2016
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Victorian budget 2016/17 tax and duty changes: land, payroll, and partnerships affected
There are some increased taxes and duties in Victoria's budget, but also some higher thresholds and extended exemptions.
Australia
3 May 2016
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CU LAB: The wider implications of the Panama Papers leak
The repercussions of the leak of the Panama Papers could go on for years, and go beyond tax to corporate governance.
Australia
20 Apr 2016
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Mossack Fonseca, Panama and the implications for Australia
Taxpayers should scrutinise any offshore affairs and respond to regulatory scrutiny through strategic and measured means.
Australia
17 Apr 2016
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CU LAB: New tax measures to hit multinational companies
The new multinational anti-avoidance tax law means that restructuring might be an option for corporate taxpayers.
Australia
13 Jan 2016
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Making the invisible visible: Senate inquiry into corporate tax avoidance releases interim report
The inquiry raises questions about the corporate tax system and what is acceptable and unacceptable tax minimisation.
Australia
9 Sep 2015
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Australian tax law: what's in store for 2014
We'll be settling in for the long haul of developing of proposals for the Government to take to the 2016 election.
Australia
11 Feb 2014
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Corporate tax in an online world
You can generate substantial profits in Australia by having just a "digital presence", without being exposed to taxes.
Australia
27 Jul 2013
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Tax transparency: A little information is a dangerous thing
The proposal to publish limited tax information of large corporate entities will only raise more questions than it answers.
Australia
28 May 2013
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Don't write off the tax system just yet
The international tax rules may have "passed their use-by date" but changes must be based on a real, not perceived flaw.
Australia
15 Mar 2013
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Corporate governance and tax: The ATO is changing its approach
The ATO wants to change the rules of engagement with large business.
Australia
13 Jan 2012
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Does your mother know? Greater liability for directors & their families for company tax obligations
Proposed legislation increases personal liability of directors' & their associates for non-compliance with tax laws.
Australia
28 Oct 2011
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Independent contractor vs employee: do you know the difference?
A recent Federal Court case has again shown how difficult it is to prove if someone providing services is an independent contractor or an employee – and how expensive getting this wrong can be.
Australia
26 Apr 2011
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The attribution of income from offshore entities – Proposed simplification of CFC and FAF
Fewer taxpayers will be dragged into the attribution net if the proposed simplification of the controlled foreign companies and foreign accumulation funds measures are adopted.
Australia
2 Mar 2011
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Managing tax consolidation risk for secured financiers
A Tax Sharing Agreement can help manage tax consolidation risk, but only if it's valid.
Australia
2 Feb 2011
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The Henry Tax Review - The Resource Super Profits Tax's Impact on the Energy & Resources Sector
The Federal Government's proposed Resource Super Profits Tax has attracted a lot of attention, but what does it actually involve? How will it operate? And how attractive will it make Australia as a target for investment - or M&A?
Australia
10 May 2010
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Bill Modifies Scrip For Scrip Tax Implications Of Corporate Restructures
On 3 December 2008, the Federal Government introduced the Tax Laws Amendment (2008 Measures No 6) Bill 2008 proposing new integrity rules targeted at scrip based corporate restructures that are not genuine takeovers.
Australia
18 Dec 2008
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State Government Bonds Now Eligible For Interest Withholding Tax Exemption
State and territory central borrowing authorities will no longer need to issue their bonds outside of Australia in order to qualify for the exemption in section 128F from interest withholding tax, following the passage last night of the Tax Laws Amendment (2008 Measures No. 5) Act 2008.
Australia
11 Dec 2008
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