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Published on 08 Aug 2006
| Took place at The Chifley on Lennons, Brisbane
Given the broad superannuation changes announced in the recent Federal Budget, current strategies used by practitioners involved in the estate, asset and business succession planning area may need some consideration over the next 12 months. This seminar considered some of the more prominent areas of estate planning that have been affected by these proposed changes and looks at how they will impact on practitioners.
Given Australia’s current ageing population, estate, asset and business succession planning is becoming an increasingly relevant component of accountants, lawyers and financial planners’ everyday practice. These seminar materials will give practitioners in these areas a clear understanding of current issues and what the changes will mean for the future, giving them a decidedly competitive advantage.
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This paper covers the following:
structuring the business succession plan
funding the exit including Div 7A issues and traps
ensuring cash flow in retirement
structuring for non-family buyouts
wills and the business succession strategy
maximising benefits of CGT small business concessions
This paper was originally presented at the ‘Estate Asset & Business Succession Planning’ seminar held in Brisbane on 19 August 2004. It contains some minor updates made for presentation at the ‘Estate Planning’ seminar held in Brisbane on 8 August 2006.
It has been re-produced as if the Government’s “Plan to Simplify and Streamline Superannuation”, which was announced on 9 May 2006, becomes law as intended from 1 July 2007. This paper was also presented at the North Queensland Convention in Townsville on 19 May 2006. Some minor updates have been made to take recent changes into account. It was presented again by Peter O'Connor at the Cairns Tax Update, held in Cairns on 27 October 2006.
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