The Dividend Tax Rules – Not all plain sailing 2018 - 14 August 2018 (On Demand)

Description

The dividend rules are the “villain in the piece” in the fraught world of professional indemnity claims and Inland Revenue disputes.
While many small and medium companies do not regularly “pay” dividends; other dividend tax effects frequently surface in the form of:

  •  Non-cash dividends: e.g. when making advances or transferring assets to shareholders or associates. 
  •  Generation of capital reserves. 
  •  Distributing capital reserves as part of a share repurchase. 
  •  Distributions made during the restructure, wind-up or liquidation of a company. 

This introductory/intermediate level webinar will cover, what is and is not a taxable dividend, exempt dividends (foreign and wholly owned group dividends), tax planning and dividends.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

Attendees will get a sound practical understanding of the situations when the dividend tax rules will apply to small and medium companies.

DATE OF ORIGINAL BROADCAST

14 August 2018  

SUITED TO

Accountants, lawyers and others involved in providing tax advice or preparing returns for small and medium companies.

PRESENTER

Maurits van den Berg, Senior Manager Taxation Services, Staples Rodway

 

 

 

1.25 CPD Hours

  • On Demand Event
    Complete online in your own time (Self-paced)
    • $190.00 excl. GST

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