Published on 02 Jul 04
by SOUTH AUSTRALIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
This case study reviews a typical consolidated SME Group in the course of:
- buying shares or assets - what is most tax/commercially
- treatment of losses, impact on existing 'loss factors' and
- funding the purchase - debt or equity?
- depreciation adjustments - not as easy as you think!
- restructure prior to sale - is tax irrelevant?
- tax sharing agreements vs tax indemnities - how do you
achieve a clean exit?
- selling shares or assets
- risk management and asset protection
- stamp duty
- the latest changes - SBT and consolidations
- preparing a consolidated return.
Samuel Howard CTA
Sam is a Partner with Ernst & Young in Adelaide. Sam has over 20 years' experience in tax consulting, providing advice to a range of corporates and SME clients in Adelaide in areas such as transactions, restructuring and tax consolidation as well as general tax advisory services.
Sam leads EY Adelaide's Tax Reporting practice which involves providing best practice solutions to large corporates and multi nationals around managing Tax Compliance Reporting.
Until recently, Sam was a member of the TTI's State Technical Committee and is a past Chairman of that Committee.
Current at 01 February 2016
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Peter Slegers CTA
Peter is a Partner at Cowell Clarke and heads up the firm's Tax & Revenue Group. He provides specialist tax advice to public accountants and a wide range of corporate and medium to large family businesses as well as high net worth taxpayers. Peter has had a significant involvement with trust structures throughout his career and is the author on topical tax issues in CCH Tax Week and Taxation in Australia. Peter has a Master's degree in Taxation Law and is a member of The Tax Institute's State Council. Current at 01 February 2016
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Timothy Sandow CTA
Tim Sandow, CTA, is the Partner in Charge of Tax at KPMG in Adelaide and has 20 years experience providing tax advice to a variety of private and large public companies as well as individuals. Tim specialises in tax consolidation, tax dispute resolution, tax effect accounting, international tax, mergers and acquisitions, resource taxation and executive remuneration. Tim is a member of The Tax Institute’s State Council. Current at 16 May 2014
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