Issues Arising for Private Companies
Published on 23 Jul 2014
| Took place at Tattersall's Club, Brisbane, QLD
Private companies are extremely versatile. They can act as trustee for trusts and superannuation funds, trade or invest in their own right, participate in a consolidated group, be a beneficiary in a family trust and act in a multitude of other roles while protecting our assets.
In their many personas private companies interplay with a plethora of taxation rules relating to the payment of dividends, the provision of loans to shareholders, the consolidation regime, capital gains tax and the challenges of expanding offshore.
If you have responsibility for any aspect of the taxation of private companies this full day workshop will put you on the “front foot” ensuring that you can advise on the optimum use of private companies and be aware where the pitfalls are lurking.
Topics covered were:
- dividend access shares
- Division 7A: Change is on the horizon
- private companies and the small business CGT concessions
- panel discussion
- tax consolidations and SME’s
- payment of dividends from a private company
- expanding offshore.
Get a 20% discount when you buy all the items from this event.