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Published on 12 Nov 2014
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It is inevitable that a number of your good clients will undergo a marriage breakdown. It is essential to be aware of the specific tax issues that a breakdown can create.
This session addressed the important tax issues that practitioners should be aware of where clients are involved in a divorce or other relationship breakdown.
Author(s): Stephen HOLMES This paper covers:
role of tax in a matrimonial dispute
the CGT rollover – spouse to spouse (Section 126-5)
the CGT rollover – entity to spouse (Section 126-15)
when to disregard the rollover?
matrimonial rollover and the small business concessions
other rollover matters
Division 7A and marriage breakdown
Materials from this session:
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