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Business Structuring Issues: From Cradle to Grave

Published on 13 Jul 2001 | Took place at Hyatt Regency Sanctuary Cove, Queensland , QLD

This seminar discusses business structuring issues, looking at: What structure do you advise as best practice; Are all pitfalls guarded against; Have you allowe for the concessions. It is presented as a series of case studies.

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Individual sessions

Business Structuring Issues: The Birth

Author(s):  David COMINOS,  Brian J RICHARDS This seminar paper presents a set of case studies with reference to: Structuring issues, Assessing discounted capital gains, Asset protection, Entity tax revival, Grouping issues - GST, Payroll tax and Stamp duty.

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Business Structuring Issues: Growing Pains

Author(s):  Damien CLARKE This seminar paper presents a set of case studies with reference to: Partnerships, shareholders, buy sell agreements; Entry and exit of new participants; CGT issues - rollovers, goodwill; Employer share plans and remuneration packaging; Borrowings - keeping the interest deductible.

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Business Structuring Issues: Mid-Life Crisis

Author(s):  Craig DARLEY This seminar paper presents a set of case studies with reference to: GST issues - Going concern; R & D concessions; Warranties in sale documents; Losses; Scrip for Scrip - Family company reconstructions.

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Business Structuring Issues: Looking After the Owner

Author(s):  David EVANS,  Robb MUSGRAVE This seminar paper presents a set of case studies with reference to: Accumulation of assets; Salary sacrifice; Superannuation; Financing; Capital raisings.

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Business Structuring Issues: The Long Goodbye

Author(s):  John NEWBY,  Chris WYETH This seminar paper presents a series of case studies with a focus on: Passing control; Winding up; Super vs Testamentary Trusts; Pensions, Annuities & Centre Link Issues; Marriage breakdown.

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