Published on 13 Mar 08
by NATIONAL EVENTS, TAXATION INSTITUTE OF AUSTRALIA
This paper considers the tax issues in the agribusiness industry in light of drought and the environment, as well as the ATO's views on MIS agribusiness schemes. Case studies examine the following:
current issues in MIS - is it a business/applying for a product ruling?
taxation of water rights
tax issues for exporters of produce
FMDs - the new scheme
structuring inter generational change
CGT - property and primary production improvements
role of super in holding assets
brave new world - environmental tax issues and opportunities.
Peter Siebels CTA
Peter is Principal at 4D Advisory, a business specialising in the needs of Family owned businesses. He was formerly National Managing Partner of the Private Enterprise practice for KPMG in Australia, a member of KPMG's Global Middle Market Executive and a National Board member of KPMG. During his 30 year career at KPMG, he was Tax Partner from 1996, Partner in Charge of Tax Consulting in SA from 2001 - 2007 and was appointed Chairman of Partners, SA in 2003, a role he held until 2011.
Peter is a former Chairman of TTI State Council, current Board member of the RAA and the Electricity Industry Superannuation Scheme and sits on a number of other Private Company and Non Profit Boards. He was previously a member of the Board of Business SA, the State Theatre Company and the Walford Anglican School for Girls, and now focusses on balancing his Board portfolio with advising a number of family businesses. He is passionate about the challenges confronting private enterprise and their important role in driving economic activity.
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