Published on 19 Oct 07
by TASMANIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
Growing businesses are faced with a multitude of ways of funding expansion. Often the taxation implications will determine which funding structure is to be preferred. This presentation covers:
- interest deductibility - when is interest not interest
- tax timing advantages
- the debt/ equity rules and their impact on deductibility of funding costs
- capital injections and value shifting
- financing distributions to owners.
Craig is an experienced accountant and tax consulting professional specialising in working with large international businesses, listed groups
and large privately held businesses. He leads Grant Thornton's national research and development tax specialist team. In this role he works
with clients involved in innovation and assists in securing R&D tax concessions, other innovation related government incentives and
management of IP.
- Current at
14 September 2010