Division 7A and beyond – practical issues when dealing with SME related party loans.
Although most tax practitioners are well-versed in Division 7A ITAA 1936, there are numerous other issues besides deemed dividends you should consider when dealing with related party borrowings within a client group. The purpose of this webinar is to go beyond the traditional Division 7A topics and delve further into areas which can easily get missed in handling our client’s tax affairs.
This webinar will cover the practical issues encountered on a day to day basis when dealing with small and medium sized groups including (but not limited to):
• Division 7A (basics)
• Debt forgiveness and loans
• Circumstance where capital losses may be denied when writing off loans
• Interest deductions on funds “on-lent”
• Personal use assets and interest-free loans
• International issues when dealing with cross border loans
Practical guidance and case studies are provided to demonstrate how these fundamental concepts apply. This webinar is aimed at accounting and taxation professionals. The webinar is pitched at an intermediate to advanced level.
The webinar is suitable for accounting and taxation professional as well as those working in commerce who deal with such issues on a regular basis when advising their stakeholders.
Crowe Horwath is the largest provider of practical accounting, audit, tax, business and financial advice to individuals and businesses from a network of over 80 offices throughout the country. The firm’s team of 300 Principals (approx.) and professionals deliver a full range of accounting including, audit and taxation, business advisory, corporate finance and wealth management services from offices in the cities of Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra, Perth, Auckland, Wellington and major regional centers in Australia and New Zealand.
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 participate in Q&A