Published on 06 Aug 12
by SOUTH AUSTRALIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
This paper reviews the latest issues arising in SMSF structuring and restructuring transactions with a focus on business real property. Practical case studies will be provided to highlight the various technical issues as well as the pitfalls and opportunities of a variety of SMSF strategies.
Topics covered include:
- the use and abuse of special purpose unit trusts/companies (reg. 13.22C)
- application of non-arm's length income provisions when private companies pay dividends to SMSFs
- update on Limited Recourse Borrowing Arrangements and finalised SMSFR 2012/11
- the use of geared unit trusts without infringing the in-house asset rule
- in specie distributions from SMSFs - tax and stamp duty issues.
Peter Slegers CTA
Peter is a Partner at Cowell Clarke and heads up the firm's Tax & Revenue Group. He provides specialist tax advice to public accountants and a wide range of corporate and medium to large family businesses as well as high net worth taxpayers. Peter has had a significant involvement with trust structures throughout his career and is the author on topical tax issues in CCH Tax Week and Taxation in Australia. Peter has a Master's degree in Taxation Law and is a member of The Tax Institute's State Council. Current at 05 August 2015
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Andrew Sinclair CTA
Andrew is a partner in Cowell Clarke's Tax & Revenue practice group. As a tax and superannuation specialist with over 25 years' experience, his qualifications are in law and as a Chartered Accountant.
With a broad knowledge of corporate and business law, Andrew has specialist expertise in supporting clients with tax effective structures and tax planning. He provides tax advice across CGT, GST and stamp duty, in matters involving restructures, privatisations, asset acquisitions and disposals. Andrew also advises clients on superannuation law including structuring, allowable investments, pension and succession strategies.
Andrew actively supports the education and development of other practitioners in his field, providing both in-house and external presentations on taxation matters within South Australia and interstate. He is former chairman of The Tax Institute. Andrew's passion extends beyond law into sport. He is the current President of the South Australian Cricket Association (SACA).
Current at 01 June 2016
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