Published on 16 Sep 08
by QUEENSLAND DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
This paper covers:
assets verses share acquisition
GST and stamp duty issues and risks to consider for a vendor and purchaser when buying and selling shares in a business
GST and stamp duty issues and risks to consider for a vendor and purchaser when buying and selling assets in a business
structuring & planning opportunities to minimize the impact of GST and stamp duty.
Tony is a Partner in Indirect Tax at Grant Thornton and is the Global Head of Indirect Tax for Grant Thornton International. Tony advises clients throughout Australia and across Asia-Pacific and Europe and the Middle East to reduce the marginal cost and streamline the management of indirect taxes affecting their business or transaction. He works across many industries in Australia with a focus on managing ATO regulatory review, and also leads project implementation teams for tax technology and system upgrades on a national and global basis.
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13 November 2018
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