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Alice Springs, Mount Gambier and Port Lincoln Seminar

Published on 30 Nov 2007 | Took place at Crowne Plaza, Alice Springs, Commodore on the Park, Mount Gambier, Boston Bay Winery, Port Lincoln , SA

This seminar series was held in:
- Alice Springs on 12 November 2007
- Mount Gambier on 23 November 2007
- Port Lincoln on 30 November 2007.

This seminar covered:
- business valuations
- CGT small business tax concessions
- superannuation update
- tax update.

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Individual sessions

Tax update

Author(s):  Tim CLAYTON

This paper covers the most significant tax changes that occurred during the year including:

  • changes to Division 7A
  • changes to forestry and non-forestry managed investment schemes
  • 2007 Federal Budget announcements
  • significant legislation and cases generally.
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Superannuation update

Author(s):  Sylvia PAPADIMITRIOU

The sweeping changes to Australia’s superannuation system mean that self-managed superannuation funds are likely to become the primary wealth creation vehicle for many Australians. This paper explores how to maximise the super opportunity and in particular covers:

  • maximising contributions and superannuation balances
  • growing your superannuation with property
  • utilising superannuation as a wealth succession and estate planning vehicle.
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CGT small business tax concessions

Author(s):  Katherine CHMIELEWSKI

This paper provides an overview of the changes to the CGT Small Business Tax Concessions including:

  • significant individual test
  • maximum net asset value
  • active asset test
  • deceased estates and the concessions
  • 15-year exemption and retirement exemption
  • $2 million turnover threshold.
It also looked at the issues and opportunities that apply from 1 July 2007 as a result of these changes.
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Business valuations

Author(s):  Graham CHILMAN

Everybody has a view (which is generally different from everybody else!). Valuation is both an art and a science, however, it remains incredibly subjective. Specifically this paper looks at:

  • what’s actually happening in the market place
  • different methods of valuation
  • a focus on the most common sense valuation method using risk and rates of return
  • some examples.
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