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SME – Structures and transactions paper

Published on 02 Jun 11 by QUEENSLAND DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper covers:

  • recent tax consolidation changes
  • earnout arrangements - State of play
  • case study
  • case study suggested solutions.

Author profiles

Murray Graham CTA
Murray has over 20 years experience advising business on domestic and international income tax issues. He holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from The University of Queensland and is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia. His extensive client base includes publicly listed companies whose own in-house tax function requires specialist taxation assistance, organisations that outsource the servicing of their taxation requirements, smaller accounting firms and their clients. His extensive experience in a variety of industries provides his clients with the benefits of commercial acumen when consulting on taxation issues. - Current at 01 February 2011
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Thomas Tulley CTA
Thomas has over 25 years experience in advising small and large businesses and family groups, including opportunities and pitfalls of their structures and transactions. He is a partner in EY, leading the Brisbane Tax Private Clients team. He focuses on providing families and businesses with tax, accounting, asset and estate structuring and succession advice, particularly taxation of trusts, private companies and CGT. - Current at 04 September 2019
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Peter Glindemann
Peter is a senior manager in EY's Private Client Services team. He provides tax advice, tax compliance and accounting services to clients with diverse needs. He has a depth of experience in providing practical advice to clients on a broad range of matters, such as: - Inbound and outbound investment structures - Tax due diligence reviews - Small business CGT concessions and CGT roll-overs - Tax consolidated group formations, entries and exits - Australian Taxation Office reviews and audits - Deemed dividend rules. - Current at 07 April 2015
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