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You've worked hard to earn it; Keeping it is harder still - Structuring for asset protection presentation

Published on 07 Apr 06 by NATIONAL EVENTS, TAXATION INSTITUTE OF AUSTRALIA

The environment in which practitioners and their clients operate is constantly changing - key matters from the past 12 months in tax and non-tax areas affecting how we can manage asset proctection issues within our tax effective business and investment structures. Issues includes:

  • Superannuation and bankruptcy clawbacks - the current position
  • The decision in Prentice v Cummins
  •  Further proposed bankryptcy changes - implications for structures
  • Expanded powers of the Family Court to deal with assets
  • Marriage breakdown rollover relief, and its limits
  •  Issues with revising structures - eg family trust elections

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Mark West CTA
Photo of author, Mark WEST Mark is a qualified as a lawyer, chartered accountant and chartered tax adviser, Mark provides advice across the spectrum of taxes. Mark assists with all legal matters involving taxation law. He advises on appropriate business or investment structures/restructures and on making applications for rulings from the ATO. He assists with tax audits and with related settlement negotiations with the ATO and State revenue authorities. He has acted for clients in tax cases before the Administrative Appeals Tribunal and the Full Federal Court. Mark been listed as a leading tax lawyer in Queensland by Doyles Guide and The Best Lawyers™ in Australia. - Current at 15 March 2021
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