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The Matter of Mondelez: What is a Working Day?

A recent landmark case from the High Court has answered the question: ‘What is a ‘day' of personal leave in the Fair Work Act 2009?’ The Court determined that a day of personal leave is calculated as one 26th of an employee’s ordinary hours of work each year. The...

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How to Contest a Will in NSW

As with last week’s article on safeguarding your estate via a will, when we talk of contesting a will, we often focus on the perspective of the estate and the negative implications. It is perceivably a bad situation; jeopardising the value of the estate’s assets and a...

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Trusts and Capital Gains Tax

CGT Events: Disposal of a Trust Asset Disposal of a trust asset (or another CGT event) is likely to result in a capital gain or loss for the trust (unless a beneficiary is absolutely entitled to the asset). Capital gains and losses are taken into account in working...

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