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Buying & Selling a Business: The Competing Issues

Published on 16 Sep 2008 | Took place at Chifley at Lennons, Brisbane , QLD

This event was aimed at tax practitioners who need to get an understanding or update on the competing issues between the buyer/seller and who can benefit from a discussion on recent changes that can significantly affect the tax outcomes.

Advising clients on buying or selling a business often raises competing issues and differing tax treatments depending on how agreements are structured. Common issues addressed by this event included:

  • asset sale v sale of equity
  • allocation of the purchase price
  • earn out arrangements
  • GST going concern.

Get a 20% discount when you buy all the items from this event.

Individual sessions

Sale of a business

Author(s):  John MIDDLETON

This paper covers:

  • assets or entity sale?
  • allocation of sale price
  • earn outs and warranty claims
  • extracting value post-sale.
Materials from this session:

Buying & selling a business - GST implications

Author(s):  Tony WINDLE

This paper covers:

  • assets verses share acquisition
  • GST and stamp duty issues and risks to consider for a vendor and purchaser when buying and selling shares in a business
  • GST and stamp duty issues and risks to consider for a vendor and purchaser when buying and selling assets in a business
  • structuring & planning opportunities to minimize the impact of GST and stamp duty.
Materials from this session:

Buying & selling a business: Tax issues for the purchaser

Author(s):  David MARSCHKE,  Miryam MEZA

This presentation covers:

  • asset allocation from the purchaser's perspective
  • structuring issues to consider
  • tax due diligence issues when buying the company or trust
  • using tax consolidation to maximize value for the purchaser.
Materials from this session: