Published on 20 Mar 12
by QUEENSLAND DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
This presentation covers:
- the definition of ‘dutiable property’ and the proposed abolition of duty over certain types of assets
- what is a ‘dutiable transaction’, focusing on a couple of examples to illustrate the concepts and
- ascertaining the ‘dutiable value’, including an analysis of ‘consideration’ and ‘value’.
Duncan Bedford ATI
Duncan has a background in general commercial law and brings a practical approach to the advice he provides clients across a range of industries. He is an expert in business and transaction structuring and taxation, particularly stamp duty. Duncan's experience includes designing and implementing effective structures for transactions and asset ownership to obtain advantageous tax and stamp duty outcomes, and advising on stamp duty exemptions, assessments, private rulings and objections. He also advises on corporate reconstructions, demergers, holding company interpositions and rollovers and general commercial matters, offering cost effective solutions to taxation and revenue issues. Current at 12 April 2016
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