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Using agribusiness to solve tax issues presentation

Published on 09 Jun 06 by WESTERN AUSTRALIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

Many accountants are now using agribusiness as a way to solve a number of tax issues. This strategy focused presentation looks at how agribusiness is being used to provide a solution to capital gains tax issues as a solution to Division 7A problems and also as a method to extract cash from a corporate entity. These solutions are pro-active and they work.

  • The unique features of Agribusiness can solve tax issues.
  • Find out how to solve a Division 7A problem for a client.
  • Cash extraction from a corporate entity without the immediate tax problem.
  • Pro-active capital gains tax planning for your clients.

Author profile:

Peter Young
Peter is a Business Development Manager with Great Southern Securities. He has been working with clients and financial advisers in dealing with clients’ personal income tax affairs for over 17 years, including seven years as a chartered accountant and six years within his own financial planning business. Current at 31 July 2006
 

This was presented at Agribusiness: Big Business - Big Taxation Issues.

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