Thomson Reuters Trusts Tax Bulletin June 2022

Get all latest trusts tax news and developments

In this issue, we cover a range of topics affecting you and your clients including:

  • Final word on disclaimers by beneficiaries
  • The taxable facts as at 30 June rule from Carter does not have universal application: a reminder
  • Reimbursement agreements: long awaited guidance on s 100A, but read with caution!
  • TR 2022/D1: "Guilty until proven insane"
  • PCG 2022/D1: "Highway to the danger (red) zone"
  • TD 2022/D1: – Is this the Commissioner's answer to the lack of targeted amendments to Division 7A?
  • PCG 2021/4: Allocation of professional firm profits – ATO compliance approach – the lucky (or not so lucky) prize wheel!
  • Absolute entitlement and why 2022 should be the year for some certainty
  • The taxation of capital gains: at the end of the day, an optional tax?
  • The ATO's renewed focus on private groups – taxpayers need to be prepared

We also cover the latest:

  • Legislative announcements and development
  • Case law development
  • Rulings and other ATO documents
  • ATO administrative practice
  • State taxes
Thomson Reuters Tax News Team


Last revised on : 28-07-2022

Lawyer in Profile

Paul Ellis
Paul Ellis
Special Counsel
PH: 61 3 9258 3524

Paul is a Special Counsel in the Maddocks Commercial team with particular expertise in commercial agreements for the supply of goods and/or services, the Personal Property Securities Act 2009, the National Consumer Credit Protection Act 2009 and the National Credit Code and the Australian Consumer Law.

Paul's key areas of practice include:

  • Australian Consumer Law;
  • credit and securities law;
  • commercial law and contracting;
  • government contracts; and
  • trust and superannuation law.

Before joining Maddocks, Paul was employed for 13 years with the Victorian Department of Justice, principally as a Deputy Registrar in the Victorian Magistrate's Court, but also as a legislation, policy and project officer for the Department.