Transacting in a Non-Consolidated Group
Published on 15 Jun 2004
| Took place at The Menzies Hotel, Sydney
For better or worse, consolidation has been studiously avoided by many advisers and their
clients. The belief is consolidation is all too difficult and too expensive - 'it's really only
valuable for the big end of town'. Yet businesses still want to accomplish the same kinds of
outcomes that the old grouping system used to allow - income and loss equalization, tax
free movements of assets, and so on.
These seminar materials look at whether it is possible to get the benefits of consolidation without all the fuss.
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