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Taxation & divorce: the free kicks & the penalties

Published on 29 Oct 96 by NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This seminar paper stamp duties and capital gains tax in relation to divorce. It will also cover issues which arise where a couple have interests in entities such as trusts and companies.

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Antoinette ELIAS
- Current at 19 November 2004
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Kevin Munro CTA
Kevin Munro is a solicitor and principal of Munro Lawyers. He has 40 years’ experience in tax and superannuation, forming his own firm, Munro Lawyers (initially called Kevin Munro & Associates) in 1994. Kevin provides advice to clients, particularly professional firms and their clients, in respect of tax planning, superannuation, estate planning and wills, and he regularly acts as a consultant for other professional firms. Kevin is active in professional education and gives lectures and workshops for various professional organisations. He was a member of the NSW Law Society’s Advisory Committee for Small Business Accreditation. Kevin is a Certified Tax Practitioner of the Tax Institute and a fellow of the Society of Trustees and Estate Planners. Kevin also holds a Masters Degree in Commerce, a Bachelors Degree in Agricultural Economics and Diploma of Law, and is a 1979 Churchill Fellow. - Current at 30 August 2017
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Kevin Munro CTA
Kevin Munro is a solicitor and principal of Munro Lawyers. He has 40 years’ experience in tax and superannuation, forming his own firm, Munro Lawyers (initially called Kevin Munro & Associates) in 1994. Kevin provides advice to clients, particularly professional firms and their clients, in respect of tax planning, superannuation, estate planning and wills, and he regularly acts as a consultant for other professional firms. Kevin is active in professional education and gives lectures and workshops for various professional organisations. He was a member of the NSW Law Society’s Advisory Committee for Small Business Accreditation. Kevin is a Certified Tax Practitioner of the Tax Institute and a fellow of the Society of Trustees and Estate Planners. Kevin also holds a Masters Degree in Commerce, a Bachelors Degree in Agricultural Economics and Diploma of Law, and is a 1979 Churchill Fellow. - Current at 30 August 2017
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Kevin Munro CTA
Kevin Munro is a solicitor and principal of Munro Lawyers. He has 40 years’ experience in tax and superannuation, forming his own firm, Munro Lawyers (initially called Kevin Munro & Associates) in 1994. Kevin provides advice to clients, particularly professional firms and their clients, in respect of tax planning, superannuation, estate planning and wills, and he regularly acts as a consultant for other professional firms. Kevin is active in professional education and gives lectures and workshops for various professional organisations. He was a member of the NSW Law Society’s Advisory Committee for Small Business Accreditation. Kevin is a Certified Tax Practitioner of the Tax Institute and a fellow of the Society of Trustees and Estate Planners. Kevin also holds a Masters Degree in Commerce, a Bachelors Degree in Agricultural Economics and Diploma of Law, and is a 1979 Churchill Fellow. - Current at 30 August 2017
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This was presented at Tax Planning for the Big Four: Marriage, Divorce, Retirement & Death .

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Tax planning for marriage, divorce, retirement and death

Author(s):  David BONNELL,  Antoinette ELIAS,  David GOODMAN,  Kevin J MUNRO

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Tax planning: death

Author(s):  Kevin J MUNRO

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Taxation & divorce: the free kicks & the penalties

Author(s):  David BONNELL,  Antoinette ELIAS,  David GOODMAN,  Kevin J MUNRO

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