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CGT - Examining the Events presentation by Paul Tanti

Published on 09 May 03 by NORTHERN TERRITORY DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This presentation focusses on a variety of CGT events which are considered to be of importance from a tax planning and general commercial viewpoint.

The CGT Events represent the foundation of the capital gains legislation and from this perspective, the presentation operates as a refresher and overview of the topic.

The presentation also focusses on specific CGT Events by way of case studies to demonstrate the importance of forward planning. This also demonstrates that more favourable taxation outcomes can be achieved with a good working knowledge of the CGT Events and the interface between them.

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Paul Tanti CTA
Photo of author, Paul TANTI Paul is a partner in the Tax team and has a broad range of experience in providing specialist taxation and commercial advice to a wide variety of clients. His broad base of clients includes legal and accounting firms, private and listed companies, high net worth individuals, and private equity funds. Paul advises on all areas of Federal and State taxation law and related commercial matters. Paul has experience advising across a range of sectors including transport, mining, property sale and development, marketing, public relations, information technology, professional services, and financial services. Paul is a regular speaker on tax and related commercial matters for various professional bodies. He is a member of The Tax Institute, as well as a member (and past President) of the South Australian Divisional Council of Taxpayers Australia Inc, a member of the Law Council of Australia’s Business Law Committee (South Australian Tax Sub Committee), and a member of the South Australian State Taxes Liaison Group. Paul has been recognised by Doyle’s Guide 2015 – 2017 as a pre-eminent tax lawyer in South Australia, and has been recognised by his peers as one of the Best Lawyers in Australia in the area of Tax law (2017 and 2018), and also in Trusts and Estates (2018). - Current at 19 January 2018
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