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Super in managing primary production paper

Published on 29 Aug 11 by SOUTH AUSTRALIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

Please note Stephen Heath & Harry Patsias presentations have been combined into one powerpoint presentation.

This presentation covers:

  • SIS legislation:
    • prohibited acquisitions
    • in house assets
    • arms length dealings
  • primary production leases:
    • demarcation between landlord & tenant
  • succession:
    • cash flow
    • death
  • game changer – MAY 2006 federal budget
  • transactional issues
  • why do it in an SMSF?
  • commercial considerations.

Author profiles:

Charalambous Patsias CTA
Harry Patsias is a Partner at Wallmans Lawyers providing specialist tax, superannuation and commercial advice. His areas of expertise include federal and state taxes, superannuation compliance and commercial and trust law. Harry is experienced in managing and resolving contentious issues with federal and state taxation authorities, including pre-audit risk reviews and taxpayer representation during comprehensive reviews, audits, mediation of taxation disputes and appeals. Current at 16 August 2016 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Harry PATSIAS.
 
Author Photo - Stephen Heath CTA
Stephen Heath CTA
Steve is a Partner in the Taxation & Revenue section of Wallmans Lawyers with his principal practice areas being superannuation and tax. He also works on general commercial matters with a focus on tax planning, business structuring and insurance. Steve is a member of The Tax Institute’s State Council and National Council. Current at 09 June 2015 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Stephen HEATH.

This was presented at Primary Production - Topical Tax Issues, Superannuation and More.

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Primary production and state taxes

Author(s):  William ESAU

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Succession planning - The new regime

Author(s):  John GOLDBERG

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