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A practical guide to the application of the general
All tax advisers should have an understanding of Pt IVA. In
this practical and readable guide, author Greg Travers, CTA, helps you navigate
these rules to determine whether Pt IVA may apply to an arrangement that your
client has entered into, or is considering entering into.
This title from The Tax Institute provides:
Additionally, the guide covers: the practicalities of the key
elements of Pt IVA (scheme, tax benefit, alternative postulate and dominant
purpose); the main cases decided in respect of Pt IVA, with an explanation of
the core "takeaways" for each case; the practical impact of the recent
legislative changes to Pt IVA; and tips for dealing with the ATO on a Pt IVA
About the author:
Greg Travers, CTA, is the Director in charge of the Tax
Services division of William Buck Sydney. Greg’s clients are predominantly
privately businesses, both Australian and foreign owned, as well as higher
wealth individuals and families. The work undertaken by Greg is primarily
advising on issues and transactions such as restructuring, exit strategies,
business acquisitions and international expansion, along with referrals from
accountants, lawyers and other advisers. Greg was also a Finalist in the 2014
Tax Adviser of the Year Awards.
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