Published on 13 Mar 04
by SOUTH AUSTRALIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
When is a partnership not a partnership and if it isn't what should you be doing? If it is, are you sure you are doing it correctly? How do joint ventures properly fit in? This convention paper looks at the various tax issues that need to be considered in creating, dealing with and ending tax partnerships and/or law partnerships so the tax results are correctly understood and applied.
The paper considers the effects of:
- tax law partnership v general law partnership
- CGT (including the small business concessions)
- GST (including registration of the correct entity/ies)
- stamp duty
This paper was also presented on 11 September 2004 at the Victorian/Tasmanian State Convention held in Launceston.
Michael is the Partner in charge of the Finlaysons Tax & Revenue Group. Michael advises domestic and foreign clients on federal, international and state tax matters, and has a special interest in mining and property taxation, corporate restructurings, international tax issues, and estate and succession planning. Michael is the Visiting Lecturer in Tax at the University of Adelaide Law School, and is a regular contributor to The Tax Institute events.
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12 April 2017