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Corporate reconstructions: A game of snakes and ladders presentation

Published on 11 Sep 14 by QUEENSLAND DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This presentation covers:

  • subdivision 122-A
  • subdivision 122-B
  • subdivision 124-E
  • subdivision 124-G
  • subdivision 124-H
  • subdivision 124-M
  • subdivision 124-N
  • subdivision 126-G
  • consolidation
  • Queensland stamp duty
  • case studies.

 

Author profiles

Troy Morgan CTA
Troy Morgan, CTA, is a Partner with Deloitte Private in Brisbane. Troy advises a wide range of clients on various tax and commercial matters including business structuring, restructuring, inbound and outbound investment, tax-effective financing and small business CGT concessions. Prior to joining Deloitte in 2012, Troy undertook a similar role with PwC Private clients for four years and before that worked as a CFO for a funds management and structured property finance group. - Current at 24 November 2014
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Scott Pease
Scott is a founding director of PPM Tax & Legal.Scott has over 15 years of specialist experience providing advice on payroll tax, WorkCover insurance and stamp duty (for all States and Territories). He specialises in payroll tax audits, prudential reviews, grouping analysis, corporate restructures and acquisitions. Scott spent the first seven years of his career at Big 4 global firms where he gained valuable experience advising on all State taxes. He is actively involved in tax controversy litigation throughout Australia. - Current at 24 February 2021

 

This was presented at 2014 Queensland Annual State Convention .

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Individual sessions

Practice development in a changing environment

Author(s):  Alistair Marshall

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The tax reform agenda

Author(s):  Robert JEREMENKO

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