29. January 2019 - 9:00
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Advanced Australian Corporate Taxation | | Tuesday, 29. January 2019

The corporation is an essential part of the Australian tax landscape through which many businesses and enterprises are conducted. This four day workshop aims to develop deep knowledge and understanding of corporate taxation in Australia. The course will examine issues relevant to small, medium and large corporations at different stages of the corporate life cycle.  
The issues covered by the course will include:
 

Corporate financing
Consolidation
Taxation of financial arrangements
Imputation
Losses
Capital management
Employee share schemes
Private companies
Corporate transactions
Restructuring
General anti-avoidance rule
Inbound international issues
Winding-up
Valuation

 
The course will be led by Nicole Wilson-Rogers and Daniel Taborsky. Nicole is an experienced tax lawyer and academic within the UWA Law School.  Daniel is a Senior Associate at EY Law specialising in resolving tax disputes for high net worth individuals and private groups. There will also be a number of guest lecturers drawn from the Australian Taxation Office, the Office of State Revenue and Deloitte.