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Succession planning, restructuring and buy and sell agreements


This seminar paper discusses: put/call vs mandatory agreements, ownership of policies - CGT traps, use of superannuation policies, CGT implications - ATO statement of principles, use of wills as part of business succession strategy, maximising benefit of CGT small business concessions.

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Greg Cahill
Greg is a partner in Cooper Grace Ward's commercial practice. He has extensive experience in providing commercial and tax related advice to private and corporate clients and gives specialist advice to accountants and other financial service providers on a wide range of direct and indirect tax issues (particularly income and capital gains tax and GST), state taxes and superannuation. Greg also has substantial experience in mergers and acquisitions and corporate and trust restructuring issues. He is a regular speaker at seminars and professional bodies such as the Institute of Chartered Accountants, CPA Australia, The Tax Institute and the Queensland Law Society. Greg has been listed by Best Lawyers Australia for Tax in 2012 and 2013. He has also been listed for Commercial as well as Trusts and Estates in 2013. - Current at 07 April 2015
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This was presented at Integrated Estate and Financial Planning Day .

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Overview of estate planning: the end justifies the means

Author(s):  John DE GROOT

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Will drafting tips and traps

Author(s):  Ronald E WHITNEY

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Practical strategies to optimise benefits & minimise danger

Author(s):  B.E BENDZULLA

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Superannuation complying income streams

Author(s):  Chris WYETH

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