Published on 08 Nov 02
by NORTHERN TERRITORY DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
Partnerships are a common way of carrying on a business. The income tax, capital gains tax, GST and stamp duty consequences to partners may vary significantly depending on the manner in which assets are held, and the terms of a partnership/joint venture agreement. This powerpoint presentation will present case studies dealing with some common pitfalls and effective steps to protect your clients' interests and your own.
Andrew is a Principal with Shaw Lawyers practising primarily in revenue and commercial law for a wide range of clients including medium and large private businesses, property developers, accountancy firms and business advisers. Andrew is the current Chair of the Taxation Institute's SA Technical Subcommittee and is also a member of the Taxation Committee of the Law Council of Australia.
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