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Member profile - Peter Madden

Peter Madden is a partner and national leader, international tax, with KPMG in Sydney and is The Tax Institute’s 2017 Chartered Tax Adviser of the Year.

We asked Peter about his career and life.

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Residency for companies and trusts post-Bywater – 5th Victorian Annual Tax Forum

Dr Julianne Jaques CTA

Since the High Court handed down its decision in Bywater in late 2016, there has been much debate about the residency status of the offshore entities of Australian...

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Fixing women's super – some small steps forward!

written by Robert Deutsch CTA *

The average superannuation balance of a woman at retirement is estimated to be around a surprisingly low amount of $80,000. This is about half that applicable to a...

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Trusts & international tax issues – 25th Noosa Tax Intensive

With more and more SME businesses operating globally and more of us spending periods of our lives living and working abroad, trusts are increasingly impacted by international issues.

The Noosa Tax...

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Impacts of our ageing population on business succession – SA Estate & Business Succession Planning Day

Julie Van der Velde CTA (VdV Legal) 

Australian’s life expectancy has increased significantly in recent years. While a person in their mid-50s today can expect to live well into their 80s,...

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Uncertainties in our changing tax system – 5th Victorian Annual Tax Forum

Sue Williamson CTA (Life)

With tax law (both domestic and global) as complex and uncertain as it's ever been, 2017 has also seen tax system administration changing. And what taxpayers and...

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A review into the future of the tax profession

Noel Rowland

written by Noel Rowland *

In June, the Inspector-General of Taxation, Ali Noroozi, announced the terms of reference for a review that will examine the future of the tax...

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The Deal is Done – What Next? - The SA Estate & Business Succession Planning Day

Brett Zimmermann
Australian life expectancy has increased significantly over recent years and a person in their mid-fifties today can expect to live well into their eighties.
The...
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