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Unintended consequences: Think twice about family law paper

Published on 17 Oct 19 by VICTORIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper covers:

  • leading authorities – family law
  • capital gains tax (‘CGT’) rollovers
  • deeming provisions – Section 103-10 ITAA 1997
  • Division 7A.

Author profiles

Tracey Dunn
Tracey Dunn is as associate director in the Tax Services division of RSM in Perth. Tracey has a Bachelor of Business (Accounting), a Graduate Certificate in Commercial Law and a Bachelor of Laws. Tracey has worked in public practice for over 20 years. Prior to commencing a career in public practice, Tracey worked in commerce in various roles, including banking, logistics management and international trade. Tracey’s expertise lies in providing both simple and complex tax advice to high net worth individuals, small and medium-sized businesses with multiple structures, and corporate entities. She has significant experience in advising on the application of FBT, Div 7A and trusts. Tracey regularly presents on taxation topics. Tracey writes extensively on the interpretation of tax legislation for businesses, and has been published in a number of publications, including the Australian Financial Review, ABC News, Accountants Daily, Public Accountant magazine and Thompson Reuters’ Weekly Tax Bulletin. - Current at 09 May 2022
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Helen Suke
Helen is the Principal of Suke and Associates, a new boutique family law firm in the Melbourne CBD, with particular emphasis on representing high net worth clients, entrepreneurs and business owners. Helen has extensive family and relationship law experience having previously been a partner and practice leader in both large and medium-sized firms. The firm specialises in complex property settlements involving all aspects of company, trust, superannuation and tax law, strategically focusing on solving matters in a strategic and savvy manner by partnering with clients’ trusted tax and accounting advisers and related legal specialists. - Current at 10 March 2020
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This was presented at VIC 7th Annual Tax Forum .

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Legal professional privilege

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ATO and large corporates

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ATO – Current issues for private groups

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Division 7A – A new frontier

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