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Structuring professional practices: recent developments in taxation issues presentation

Published on 16 Feb 07 by WESTERN AUSTRALIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

The landscape has changed significantly for practitioners contemplating an appropriate structure for their professional practice. This presentation reviews the questions which you should consider, including:

  •  CGT changes announced in the budget: what impact will these have?
  • service trusts: how have they survived their broadside?
  • PSI regime: what are the implications?
  • professional liability exposure: what is the real position?
  • goodwill: what are the issues?
  • part time or more flexible arrangements: can these be catered for?
  • departure and arrival of ‘partners’: how do you cater for these?

Author profile:

Graeme Jolley CTA
Graeme Jolley, CTA, has been involved in tax consulting for more than 20 years. Prior to entering public practice, he was an Advising Officer in the Australian Taxation Office where he negotiated taxation disputes and represented the Commissioner before taxation tribunals. Graeme is a Chartered Accountant, has Master of Taxation qualifications, and has extensive experience providing taxation advice as well as dealing with taxation disputes and advocacy across a range of taxation matters. He specialises in corporate taxation, business structures, and also deals with specific taxes such as goods and services tax and fringe benefits tax, working with both corporate and small-to-medium businesses across a number of industries. Graeme is a State Councillor and a past State Chairman of The Tax Institute, and is Chairman of the Board of Ear Science Institute Australia (Inc). Current at 07 June 2012 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Graeme JOLLEY.
 

This was presented at Making Practices Perfect: Contemporary Issues for Practitioners.

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