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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:

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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William Marryat CTA
Will Marryat, CTA, is a Partner at Cosoff Cudmore Knox and is a highly experienced and well-regarded commercial and taxation lawyer. He has advised clients in a range of industries and businesses concerning all areas of revenue and taxation. Experienced in dealing with revenue authorities in relation to recovery actions, Will has acted in taxation disputes including the recent Part IVA Federal Court matter of Futuris Corporation Limited v Commissioner of Taxation. He is a regular presenter for and contributor to The Tax Institute. Current at 16 May 2014 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Will MARRYAT.
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CGT traps for young players & old hands

Author(s):  Will MARRYAT,  Malcolm WIGHT

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