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What do you do now and what do you do later?

Published on 11 May 01 by WESTERN AUSTRALIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper discusses the following topics: How are clients now best served in this climate of uncertainty"; What are the key drivers in ensuring clients reap the benefit of the current environment?; What is the most appropriate structure to conduct business and hold investments?; What planning is required to ensure maximum flexibility and advantage is built into client structures?; Comparative taxation treatment of companies, partnerships and trusts; Commercial issues - asset protection, equity raisings and transferability of interests; Practical worked examples and case studies.

Author profiles:

Walter Tieleman
Walter is a senior partner in the chartered accounting firm, McKessar Tieleman. He has some 19 years experience in practice as a Chartered Accountant, having specialised in that period in corporate and tax consulting. Walter holds or has held a number of positions on industry bodies including Councillor with the Association of Mining and Exploration Companies (AMEC), Taxation Committee Chairman with AMEC, Chairman of the Institute of Chartered Accountants, CPE Committee and a member of the national CPE Committee. Current at 31 January 2003 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Walter J TIELEMAN.
 
Author Photo - Grant Cathro CTA
Grant Cathro CTA
Grant is a Partner with Allens Arthur Robinson, practising extensively in the resources sector. He advises clients in relation to project structures, acquisitions and divestments, ATO audits and disputes. Grant has over 25 years experience in both resource rent tax and income tax issues Current at 17 February 2011 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Grant CATHRO.

This was presented at 35TH ANNUAL WESTERN AUSTRALIA STATE CONVENTION - "THE LIGHT AT THE END OF THE TUNNEL".

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