Published on 23 Nov 06
by NATIONAL EVENTS, TAXATION INSTITUTE OF AUSTRALIA
The small business CGT concessions offer significant opportunities, but you must be skilled enough to find them! This presentation highlights the key issues you need to be aware of in relation to trusts, and budget changes, including:
- analysis of the maximum net asset value test
- the connected entities rule and the active asset test
- the controlling individual and CGT concession stakeholder tests
- structuring issues and ordering of the concessions
- contract implications
- identifing the controller of discretionary trusts.
This was also presented on 27 October 2006 at the Tax Intensive Seminar held in Victor Harbor, SA.
Dr Mark Pizzacalla, CTA, is Partner-in-Charge of the Business Services practice of BDO in Melbourne, and is integrally involved in the firm’s Tax and Advisory practice. Dr Pizzacalla’s business experience, including acting as Managing Partner of his predecessor firm, gives him a strong appreciation of both the strategic and operational issues facing business and provides relevance to the technical tax advice he delivers. Dr Pizzacalla completed his PhD in relation to the taxation of SMEs in Australia and is one of the few tax practitioners whose work has been cited in Australia’s Parliament. Dr Pizzacalla is a member of The Tax Institute’s Victorian Technical Committee, and is a former Chair of The Tax Institute’s National SME Sub-Committee, as well as being a former Victorian State Councillor. Dr Pizzacalla was appointed to the Board of Taxation in January 2015 and was reappointed for a further three-year term commencing 1 January 2018.
- Current at
13 February 2019