Trusts 7: Anti-avoidance provisions

There exists a suspicion in the ranks of some in the ATO and the Treasury that anyone using trusts must be avoiding tax. Accordingly, the tax law contains a number of anti-avoidance provisions that are specifically directed at the use of trusts. These include reimbursement agreements, specific tax avoidance agreements involving trusts, provisions that deal with distributions from closely held trusts and provisions that deal with distributions to exempt entities. 

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   Friday 3 Dec                    John Jeffreys    Slides  
   12:30-1:30pm Melbourne Time         Recorded webinar    Recording 
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Presented by: John Jeffreys


John has over 35 years' experience in advising on taxation and superannuation matters and is a highly respected presenter and media commentator. John has recently been Tax Counsel at Tax and Super Australia and previously been a partner in three major Chartered Accounting firms and has run his own tax advisory practice.
3/12/2021 12:30 PM - 3/12/2021 1:30 PM
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