Published on 28 Oct 04
by QUEENSLAND DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
We have all grappled with the amendments to Division 7A, and how those amendments impact on transactions involving trusts. This paper is intended to illustrate in a practical way how your client can unintentionally get caught by the new provisions, and provide some effective strategies for your clients to implement.
Mark West CTA
Mark is a Partner at McCullough Robertson Lawyers and is qualified both in law and as a Chartered Accountant. Mark regularly advises clients on trust related matters. He advises clients generally on income tax, CGT, GST, land tax and payroll tax matters and has acted in appeals to the AAT and Federal Court. Current at 27 June 2016
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Matthew Burgess CTA
Matthew co-founded specialist firm View Legal in 2014, having been a partner of one of Australia's leading independent law firms for over 12 years.
Matthew's passion is helping clients successfully achieve their goals.
Matthew specialises in tax, asset protection, estate and succession planning, providing strategic advice to business owners and high net worth individuals, and was recognised in the "Best Lawyers" list for 2014 in relation to trusts and estates.
As an author, Matthew is widely recognised as an expert in his field, who constantly creates bespoke revenue-related strategies for the growth, management and protection of wealth.
Matthew is regularly published in Australia's leading monthly tax journal, The Tax Institute's Taxation in Australia (six articles since 2012), and the leading weekly tax journal, Thomson Reuters' Weekly Tax Bulletin (10 articles since 2012). He has also written five legal books, one business book and 16 children's books.
Current at 01 June 2016
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