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From the monthly archives: February 2017

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Tax Planning Strategy 165 | Trade, Business and Professional Body Subscriptions


Subscriptions, joining fees, levies and contributions paid to professional associations may be deductible under s 8-1 and/or s 25-55.

Tax Planning Strategy 186 | Holding Companies

A holding company is a parent corporation that owns enough voting shares in another company to control its policies and management.

Tax Planning Strategy 188 | Child Maintenance Trust

A Child Maintenance Trust (CMT) is a special type of trust set up and established with income earning assets (typically shares or property) to provide support for a child (or children).

Tax Planning Strategy 185 | Accessing Surplus Franking Credits

A franking account records the amount of tax paid that a franking entity (company or public trading trust)can pass on to its members as a franking credit.