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Going out in style: some aspects of estate planning

Published on 17 May 96 by WESTERN AUSTRALIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper looks at estate planning in the narrow, altruistic meaning of making provisions, out of all available assets, for one's heirs after one's death, and is intended as a broad overview of some taxation aspects of estate planning

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Colin MUNRO
Colin is a Director in the firm Munro Doig, lawyers of West Perth, and has been a partner in large firms in Johannesburg and Perth. He holds the degrees BA, LLB and a (postgraduate) Higher Diploma in Tax Law. He is admitted to practice in Western Australia and the High Court of Australia. He practises in all aspects of revenue law and trusts. His practice focuses on the structuring of entities and transactions.
Current at 30 March 2005
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This was presented at 1996 Western Australian Annual State Convention.

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