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Duty issues impacting on exiting structures for SMEs: Case studies paper

Published on 12 Feb 14 by WESTERN AUSTRALIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper covers:

  • case study: Disposal of partnership interest
  • case study: Distribution to shareholders on liquidation of a company
  • case study: Reconstruction transaction
  • case study: Partitioning
  • case study: Transfer from discretionary trust
  • case study: Single to joint ownership.

Author profiles:

Brian Lovitt CTA
Brian practises in commercial law and specialises in all aspects of direct and indirect taxation including CGT, Income tax, Duty, GST, Payroll tax and other state duties. Brian is also a qualified Accountant. Current at 01 January 2014 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Brian LOVITT.
 
Modiesha Stephens CTA
Modiesha Stephens, CTA, is a Senior Associate at HHG Legal Group. She has been practicing in State and Federal taxation for over 15 years focusing on providing transactional tax advice to clients covering Income Tax, CGT, GST, Transfer Duty and other State taxes and assisting with tax litigation. Modiesha is also an experienced general commercial lawyer who advises clients in all stages of their business lives as well as assisting them with their Wills and Estate Planning. Before joining HHG Legal Group in July this year, Modiesha worked at a number of boutique law firms including Munro Doig where she worked for 10 years. In addition to her law and commerce degrees Modiesha has a Masters of Law Current at 01 September 2016 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Modiesha MEEGAHAGE.

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