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Structuring a professional practice presentation

Published on 18 May 10 by NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This presentation covers:

  • common practice structures
  • considerations in selecting a structure
  • demographics of the accounting profession in Australia
  • impact of the demographics
  • regulatory requirements
  • risk management
  • taxation efficiency
  • ATO attitude
  • the business model
  • entry & exit of partners
  • structural evolution
  • succession planning.

Author profile:

Greg HAYES
Greg is a Director at Hayes Knight, working primarily in the areas of taxation and business consulting. Greg specialises in strategic planning techniques, working with enterprises going through a structured growth phase. Greg is a familiar face in the Australian media as an expert commentator on business and taxation issues. He regularly appears in the Australian Financial Review, Business Review Weekly and other business publications. He is a regular presenter on business issues throughout Australia and overseas.
Current at 18 May 2010

 

This was presented at 3rd Annual Tax Forum.

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