Published on 13 Aug 08
by WESTERN AUSTRALIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
Corporate Club Series
This paper covers the taxation aspects of a business that evolves from a small operation to the stage where it conducts parts of its business offshore and/or secures capital from third party shareholders. The key issues covered include:
the appropriate structure for the evolving business - consideration is given to companies that excel at their business and how they may have different taxation requirements
the taxation implications of the structure at each stage of evolution
an analysis of the taxation issues affecting different structures.
Graeme Sheard FTIA is a Partner with KPMG. Current at 13 August 2008Current at 02 September 2008
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