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Trusts Intensive Conference

Published on 10 Oct 2002 | Took place at Hilton Hotel, Brisbane, QLD

This seminar updates your knowledge of trusts from start up to winding up.

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Individual sessions

Asset protection and risk management

Author(s):  Greg CAHILL This seminar paper discusses asset protection and risk management, including distinguishing between assets owned versus controlled, dealing with beneficiary loan accounts - forgive or assign, issues if trust is to continue after death for benefit of next generation, and asset protection itself.

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Duties Act and trusts

Author(s):  Philip MAGOFFIN This powerpoint presentation discusses the Duties Act and trusts, including trust acquisitions and surrenders, corporate trustee duty, concessions for family trusts and concessions for super funds.

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CGT issues for trusts

Author(s):  John SECCOMBE This powerpoint presentation discusses CGT issues for trusts, including: definition of 'income', attribution clauses, distributions from revaluation reserves, interim capital distributions from unit/discretionary trusts, discount capital gains - Div 115, access to small business CGT concessions, and resettlements.

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Estate planning considerations

Author(s):  Matthew BURGESS This seminar paper discusses estate planning considerations, including general operation, testamentary trusts, post death testamentary trusts, child maintenance trusts - planning opportunities, superannuation proceeds trusts, and the Family Law Act.

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Loss trusts and Division 7A issues

Author(s):  Mark L ROBERTSON This powerpoint presentation discusses loss trusts and Division 7A issues, including general issues, loss trust measures, pros and cons of family trust elections.

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General overview and principles of trusts in practice

Author(s):  David W MARKS This powerpoint presentation provides an overview of the trusts and their principles.

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Commentary: The Essential Principles of the Law of Trusts

Author(s):  David W MARKS This seminar paper provides a commentary on Arlene's MacDonaldson's paper - The Essential Principles of the Law of Trusts.

To view Arlene's paper, please click here.

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