Division 7A (2 of 2)
A practical guide to the more complex aspects and to enhance your working knowledge on their practical application.
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- $220.00 incl. GST
- PD hours: 1.5
This webinar is part two of a two part series on Division 7A Income Tax Assessment Act 1936. To reference part one please click here. This session covers more advanced aspects of these rules, including (but not limited to):
• the use of private company assets [s 109CA];
• practical aspects of Commissioner’s general relieving discretion [s 109RB];
• payments & loans through interposed entities [s 109XF & s 109XG];
• entitlements to trust income through interposed trusts [s 109XI];
• private company beneficiaries [UPE’s: TR 2010/3 & PS LA 2010/4]; and
• the treatment of loan guarantees [s 109U].
Accounting and taxation professionals, who require a working knowledge and better understanding of more advanced Division 7A ITAA 1936 issues.
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