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How to structure your professional services firm paper


Is there a magic formula for structuring your practice? What issues do you need to consider if you restructure? In this paper, the focus is turned on you and your professional services firm and will consider:

  • incorporation option
  • use of partnerships and trusts
  • use of service entities
  • Everett assignments
  • accessing super benefits
  • admission/exit strategies.

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Author Photo - Ronald Jorgensen CTA
Ronald Jorgensen CTA
Ron Jorgensen, CTA, is a Partner at Rigby Cooke Lawyers. Ron principally consults on Commonwealth and state tax laws, tax dispute resolution and compliance enforcements, and specialises in trusts and trust disputes, succession and asset protection, business and investment structuring and tax-sensitive commercial and property transactions. Ron is an Accredited Specialist in Tax Law, a member of the Law Institute of Victoria and a respected technical writer and presenter. Ron is a fierce advocate for taxpayers. Current at 04 August 2016 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Ron JORGENSEN.

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Research & development

Author(s):  Tony BAXTER

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Payroll tax & stamp duty changes

Author(s):  Peter COE

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How to structure your professional services firm

Author(s):  Ron JORGENSEN

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