Published on 03 Jun 21
This presentation covers:
- The vacant land measures which deny deductions for holding costs
- The impact of these changes on property developers
- The amendments which deny the CGT main residence exemption to foreign residents
- Strategies to mitigate the effect of these changes, including understanding the available exemptions.
Neil Brydges, CTA, is a Principal Lawyer in Sladen Legal’s Tax group. Neil practices in all areas of direct and indirect tax, with a particular focus on the taxation of trusts, corporate tax, M&A and Division 7A. Neil has also advised extensively on cross-border taxation issues. Using his technical tax knowledge, Neil works with clients to obtain commercial and practical outcomes and Neil has experience in dealing with the ATO on complex tax issues in a dispute resolution context. Neil is an Accredited Specialist in Taxation Law and Chair of the Tax & Revenue Law Committee with the Law Institute of Victoria, a member of the Tax Committee of the Law Council of Australia, and a Chartered Tax Adviser and member of Dispute Resolution Technical Committee with The Tax Institute.
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20 July 2022
Robyn is the Senior Advocate at The Tax Institute. She has nearly three decades in the profession, including a public practice background that preceded her various training roles over 23 years. Robyn continues to be a regular conference and webinar presenter and is an avid advocate, social media commentator, columnist, blogger and podcaster. She is also regularly quoted in the media. Robyn is a Chartered Tax Adviser of The Tax Institute, a Fellow of both CA ANZ and CPA Australia, and a Registered Tax Agent. She regularly consults with the Treasury, ATO and professional bodies on technical issues including as Interim Co-Chair of the ATO’s Tax Practitioner Stewardship Group and a member of various other working groups. Robyn has been recognised as a Thought Leader for four consecutive years as Winner of this category at the Women In Finance Awards in 2019 and 2021, and at the Australian Accounting Awards in 2020 and 2022. Robyn was the Winner of the Accountants Daily Excellence Award in 2020 and was named in the global Top 50 Women in Accounting 2019.
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06 July 2022