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CGT traps for young players & old hands

Published on 05 Mar 97 by SOUTH AUSTRALIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This seminar discusses CGT traps for young players and old hands.

Author profiles:

Will MARRYAT
Will Marryat FTIA is a Partner with Cosoff Cudmore Knox. Will has been practising as a commercial and tax lawyer for many years. Over that time, he has acted for many clients in the not-for-profit sector and has provided a wide range of tax advice to the sector. He has been an active member of the Taxation Institute for over 20 years.

Current at 18 March 2009

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Malcolm WIGHT
Malcolm is a Director of Grant Thornton Adelaide's tax division. He is responsible for managing a significant proportion of the firm's technical tax work and is Chairman of Grant Thornton's National Tax Committee. Malcolm has been responsible for tax assignments in a wide range of areas, including property development and ownership, product rulings, and the consolidated entity regime. Malcolm is a member of the Tax Institute's SA State Council and the Membership Services Committee.
Current at 7 December 2005
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CGT traps for young players & old hands

Author(s):  Will MARRYAT,  Malcolm WIGHT

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