One of the great challenges for tax professionals is simply keeping up with the pace of change in taxation law. This paper ensures you are up-to-date with key tax changes in the past 12 months including:
With litigation becoming more common, more complex family arrangements and different business structures require an increased focus on protection and preservation of clients’ wealth. This paper highlights the key factors for practitioners to assist clients in protecting their assets from family disputes and trustees in bankruptcy including:
family asset protection
Kennon v Spry and subsequent cases
personal asset protection vs business assets and business continuity impact
powers of Attorney, inheritance rules, CGT and testamentary trusts.
Superannuation continues to be of high importance for most SME clients and an ongoing challenge for practitioners. This paper gives an update on key superannuation issues for SME practitioners including:
As baby boomers reach retirement, our ageing population provides significant opportunities for tax practitioners with an increased focus on intergenerational issues and business sales. Planning in advance is critical and advisors can play a crucial role in this process. This paper covers:
baby boomers selling businesses.
intergenerational transfers of family business and investments.
This paper considers the implications for SME clients dealing with a more mobile workforce, both inbound and outbound. It is designed to address some of the major structuring and taxation considerations that arise when your clients are dealing with the following issues: