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Mid Life Crisis seminar paper

Published on 26 Feb 04 by QUEENSLAND DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This seminar paper covers the following topics:

  • GST issues - going concern
  • R&D concessions
  • warranties in sale documents
  • due diligence issues
  • losses
  • scrip for scrip - family company reconstructions
  • share value shifting.

This paper was also presented by Craig Darley at the Roadmap to Business Structuring seminar held in Brisbane on 19 November 2004.

Author profiles

Craig Darley CTA
Craig is a Director at Vincents Chartered Accountants. Craig has over 20 years experience in providing taxation advice to small business, large private companies and public corporations across a diverse range of industries including those operating in the property, sport, tourism, mining and oil and gas industries. Craig specialises in transaction advisory and support, corporate tax and compliance issues, SME taxation issues and restructuring of business and family groups. - Current at 30 August 2017
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Craig Darley CTA
Craig is a Director at Vincents Chartered Accountants. Craig has over 20 years experience in providing taxation advice to small business, large private companies and public corporations across a diverse range of industries including those operating in the property, sport, tourism, mining and oil and gas industries. Craig specialises in transaction advisory and support, corporate tax and compliance issues, SME taxation issues and restructuring of business and family groups. - Current at 30 August 2017
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This was presented at Cradle to Grave 2004 .

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Individual sessions

Structuring for Business and Investment: The Birth

Author(s):  Brian J RICHARDS,  Kerrie MATTISKE

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