s109T is an issue when the recipient of a Div 7A loan isn't a shareholder but minimum yearly repayments are financed via a dividend.
To offset a dividend with Div 7A loan repayments, the key issue is timing as Robyn Jacobson of The Tax Institute will tell you in this episode.
What happens if a shareholder gives a loan to a company and then writes it off? Andrew Henshaw of Velocity Legal will give you an answer.
What will the upcoming Div 7A reform look like? Andrew Henshaw of Velocity Legal in Sydney gives a good overview.
In this episode Andrew Henshaw of Velocity Legal in Sydney will answer three Div 7A listener questions.
When does a UPE become a Div 7A UPE issue? Andrew Henshaw of Velocity Legal in Sydney will give you an answer.
Here are 10 easy ways to fix Div 7A issues. This is an edited extract of Tax Talks episode 50 with Peter Adams.
Div 7A tries to stop cash leaking from private companies to shareholders and associates outside of dividend payments. Here is Peter Adams of Augmentors for the details.
Div 7A debt forgiveness is less common than Div 7A loans and payments, but still important to get right. Peter Adams of Augmentors will discuss the details with you.
Div 7A payments can turn into an expensive exercise. Including transfer or provision of company assets. Peter Adams of Augmentor will tell you what this is all about.
Div 7A loans are tricky but there are ways out. As Peter Adams of Augmentors in Sydney will tell you.