Published on 01 May 14
by SOUTH AUSTRALIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
This presentation covers:
- new issues
- ideal structures:
- companies and trusts
- commercial wages
- rollovers/business sales
- (re) valuation goodwill
- other issues.
Grantley Stevens, CTA, is the Partner responsible for Nexia Edwards Marshall's Business Consulting and Taxation divisions. He consults to many medium-to-large businesses involved in agriculture, engineering, property, retail and hospitality. He specialises in income tax, FBT, CGT, GST and management consulting, and is also a director of Greyhounds Racing SA and is on the Finance Committee of the Port Adelaide Football Club.
- Current at
17 May 2018
Nick provides taxation, accounting and business services to clients ranging from individuals to ASX-listed corporations.
His areas of speciality include capital gains tax (including the small business CGT concessions), deceased estates and small business entity concessions.
Nick is a long-standing contributor to the Australian accounting profession through his involvement with The Tax Institute, both locally and nationally.
Nick has extensive experience in helping small and medium size businesses maximise their potential and value – through management accounting, budgeting and benchmarking and by attending board and management meetings. His expertise helps clients maximise their return from the small business CGT concession.
He also guides clients through the process of preparing businesses for sale, and passing on family businesses to the next generation.
Nick has been a prominent contributor to The Tax Institute. He was chair of the SA Education Committee in 2014, and has served as a member of the National Convention Organising Committee and the SA Technical Committee.
He has made numerous presentations for The Tax Institute on topics including personal services income, employee/contractors and structuring.
Nick is especially dedicated to helping clients identify their long-term business goals, then developing a plan to achieve these goals. He firmly believes this can be done only by spending time with clients and working hand in hand with them.
- Current at
13 November 2019