Taxation of Financial Agreements for Non-Financiers
TOFA can apply in some surprising situations – is yours one of them?
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An explanation of how Taxation of Financial Agreements (TOFA) operates in practice for companies who are not in the business of finance, but may nonetheless be subject to TOFA in relation to particular arrangements (whether they know it or not). The focus of the session is to identify situations where TOFA will (and will not) apply and to outline some of the potential consequences.
Webinar Learning Outcomes:
A better understanding of the TOFA rules as they apply to companies which are not in the business of finance
Large firms, Intermediate to Advanced.
Craig Bowie is a Special Counsel at Minter Ellison. He has been practicing in tax for over 18 years, and has advised nearly all areas of direct and indirect tax in that time. His current focus is on corporate tax, including the application of TOFA.
Craig is involved in industry consultation through various roles with the Tax Institute, Law Council, and the Queensland Law Society, and is a member of the ATO's Energy & Resources Working Group. He holds degrees in law, insurance, tax, and physics, and is presently completing a PhD in physics in his spare time.
You will be provided with:
• PowerPoint presentation slide deck
• Supporting documentation
• Webinar Recording to view multiple times for up to 6 months
• An opportunity to ask questions to the presenter
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