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Wine and whiskey - Are they super businesses? paper

Published on 23 May 13 by TASMANIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper focuses on self-managed super funds. The alcohol industry raises some interesting issues including:

  • winery and peat bog – can they be owned by a super fund?
  • what if the fund owns and runs the business?
  • what happens when a member retires (or dies)?
  • how will the fund auditor view all this?

Author profile:

Matthew Tol CTA
Matthew is the Principal of MTA Optima, a highly specialised chartered accounting firm. Matthew has been advising customers in the SME market on business structuring, taxation and strategic issues for over 20 years and has been working in the superannuation field since before the introduction of the Superannuation Industry (Supervision) Act. With a national and international customer base, he is aware of the issues confronting SMEs in the current environment and has a sharp focus on the areas where opportunities lie for his firm’s customers. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a Fellow of the VeraSage Institute. Current at 23 May 2013
 

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