The Stock Exchange For Beginners - Part 2

In my previous message about the stock exchange for beginners




The Stock Exchange For Beginners Guide - Part 1


6 Great Subjects For Learning About The Stock Market

How should a beginner start learning about the stock market?


Refunding excess GST draft legislation

The Assistant Treasurer has released draft legislation on the proposal to amend the GST Act and the TAA to ensure that: (i) overpaid GST is only refundable if certain conditions are met; (ii) the restrictions on GST refunds apply to overpayments of GST, irrespective of whether the overpayment arises as a result of a mischaracterisation or miscalculation of GST payable; and (iii) the Commissioner's discretion to pay a refund is removed and instead taxpayers will be allowed to self-assess their entitlement to a refund of amounts of excess GST.

Transfer pricing Bill awaits Assent

The Tax Laws Amendment (Cross-Border Transfer Pricing) Bill (No 1) 2012 has passed all stages without amendment and awaits Royal Assent. The Bill makes retrospective amendments with effect from 1 July 2004 to confirm that transfer pricing rules contained in Australia's tax treaties and incorporated into domestic law provide assessment authority in treaty cases. Strong criticisms of the amendments were made at the hearings into the Bill held by the Senate Economics Legislation Committee, but the Committee nonetheless recommended the Bill be passed.

Charities and not-for-profits Bills introduced

A package of Bills establishing a new regulatory system for the not-for-profit (NFP) sector has been introduced in the House of Reps. The Bills are the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission Bill 2012, Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (Consequential and Transitional) Bill 2012 and the Tax Laws Amendment (Special Conditions for Not-for-profit Concessions) Bill 2012.

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GST margin scheme and avoidance appeals partly allowed

In a majority two-to-one decision, the Full Federal Court has partially allowed both the taxpayer's appeal and Commissioner's cross-appeal from a 2010 decision of the AAT in which it was found that the taxpayer was entitled to use the margin scheme for some acquisitions of property, but did not have approved valuations for others, and that the GST anti-avoidance provisions did not apply: Unit Trend Services Pty Ltd v FCT [2012] FCAFC 112 (Full Federal Court, Dowsett, Bennett and Greenwood JJ, 17 August 2012).

Living-away-from-home Bill amended in House of Reps

The Tax Laws Amendment (2012 Measures No 4) Bill 2012 has been passed by the House of Reps with one Government amendment that replaced Sch 1 to the Bill concerning changes to the tax treatment of LAFHAs. The other amendments contained in the Bill concern GST and representatives of incapacitated entities; and consolidation and penalties (see below). The Bill now moves to the Senate.

Appeals update

The taxpayer has lodged a notice of appeal to the Federal Court against the decision of Deutsch DP in AAT Case [2012] AATA 477, Re Yazbek and FCT. The AAT had held in an interlocutory matter that the taxpayer was at all relevant times a beneficiary of a trust estate and that an amended assessment issued in April 2010 for the 2005 tax year was issued within time (ie within four years pursuant to Item 4 of s 170(1) of the ITAA 1936).

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