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Business succession planning – Buy/sell agreements paper

Published on 23 Jul 08 by NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper covers:

  • commercial issues in structuring buy/sell agreements
  • taxation issues in structuring buy/sell agreements
  • taxation issues in funding buy/sell agreements
  • business succession planning for dad and mum businesses, the risks to the business, family wealth and issues to consider.

Author profile

Chris Tsovolos FTI
Chris is focused on delivering private client services to families, individuals and privately held businesses across a range of personal and commercial tax issues. His clients rely on his strategic approach to personal and business succession planning, wealth protection and asset structuring. He also has significant experience in assisting clients with asset protective structuring and taxation planning and structuring. In respect of taxtion law, Chris also assists clients in dealing with ATO audits and reviews, including lodging objections and appeals against ATO assessments and NSW State Revenue Office determinations. Chris has lectured for Western Sydney University and regularly presents for the Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand, Tax Institute of Australia, Australian Society of Certified Practising Accountants and other associations in respect of topics that are part of the core areas of his practice. - Current at 22 September 2020
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