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Corporate Tax 2018: Thin Capitalization Rules

This product is currently on sale: Use promo code NY25 at checkout to receive 25% off. Hurry, offer expires 11:59pm, Thursday 31 Jan 2019.Join our expert tax trainers as they discuss key corporate tax topics fundamental to business. This session provides an in-depth examination of Thin Capitalisation, combined with realistic client scenarios that demonstrate the topic’s key aspects.

Content Description

Targeting practitioners with clients in the larger end of town, this Corporate Tax Topic provide an in-depth examination of a topic, combined with realistic client scenarios that demonstrate the topic's key issues. This format will help you obtain a theoretical and a practical understanding of the topic.

This session will cover the following issues:

  • Purpose of Thin Cap Rules
  • Overview of the Thin Cap Rules
  • Old v New – Recent Changes
  • Safe Harbour and De Minimis
  • Interaction with Anti Avoidance Laws (e.g. Transfer Pricing)

  • Transfer Pricing

    This session will cover the following issues:

    • What is “Transfer Pricing”?
    • Determine and applying arm's-length conditions
    • Old v New – Recent Changes
    • Overview of “BEPS”
    • Illustrative Examples of ATO’s ‘Commerciality Tests’

    Learning Outcomes

    Upon satisfactory completion of this webinar you will be able to:

    • Stay ahead of key legislative and regulatory changes and announcements to provide
    • Gain the knowledge you need while minimising your time out of the office
    • Ensure you are up-to-date on the latest tax changes.


    This concise 1.5 hour corporate tax session has been specifically designed for our online education platform, to ensure maximum impact in minimal time.

    James McPhedran is a Senior Tax & Superannuation Trainer with Chartered Accountants Australia New Zealand. James has 14 years experience in tax and superannuation with 8 years experience in the Self Managed Superannuation Fund industry. Prior to his role at Chartered Accountants ANZ, James worked in a tax and superannuation advisory role with Hayes Knight in Sydney.

    James' extensive experience branches across a wide range of industries from mining and energy, to entertainment and professional tax bodies. He has acquired advanced knowledge in tax and superannuation through his work in a variety of tax advisory roles, from international acquisitions and business structuring, to individual and small business taxation matters.


    Topic: Tax

    Sub-Topic: Business Tax, Employment Taxes - PAYE, PAYG & FBT, GST, Income Tax, International Tax, State/Territory Taxes, Tax Administration

    Format: Recorded Webinar

    Proficiency Level: Intermediate, Advanced

    CPD: 1.5 hours