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The law has long recognised that a breach of certain types of obligations in a contract will entitle an innocent party to terminate that contract (and sue for damages).
The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) recently announced that it will be looking at whether trustees are properly lodging tax file number (TFN) reports for TFN withholding for closely held trusts.
The Coalition’s ‘miracle’ win may not have been foreseen by the polls or the pundits, however either way the votes fell, the tax and superannuation landscape was up for change.
The looming federal election provides those of you managing or involved in a charity with a useful opportunity to consider the types of activities that can be undertaken without engaging in a “disqualifying purpose” under the Charities Act 2013 (Cth) (Act).
The parliamentary committee charged with assessing the franchising industry released its scathing report on 14 March 2019 (report), which identified a “systematic exploitation of some franchisees by a subset of franchisors”.
Many homeowners are currently feeling the sting of the bearish turn the property market has taken, and the Victorian State Revenue Office (SRO) are rubbing salt in the wounds as they issue significantly increased land tax assessments.
Marriage can be a beautiful bond between two people. A promise between the two to join their lives. Their souls….
…and all of their tax debts!
On 6 February 2019, the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) withdrew Interpretative Decision 2003/589 (decision) which provided that a company can forgive a debt owed by a natural person for reasons of “natural love and affection” without consequence.
A previous legislative technical defect in the operation of reversionary transition to retirement income streams (TRIS) has been resolved by the Treasury Laws Amendment (2018 Measures No. 4) Bill 2018.
The New South Wales Civil and Administrative Tribunal (NCAT) recently considered whether a duty concession was applicable to the transfer of property related to a person changing superannuation fund – including self managed superannuation fund (SMSF) in Nifuno Pty Ltd atf Stephen Forbes Pension Fund v Chief Commissioner of State Revenue  NSWCATOD 3 (Forbes).