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Published on 05 Feb 09
by NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
This presentation covers the following plus more:
comparing partnerships, unit trusts, companies, partnerships of trusts etc as practice vehicles
are service entities dead?
will the limited partnership catch on in Australia?
tax & stamp duty issues in restructuring existing practices
commercial forces and market trends in professional service firm ownership structures
practical challenges in the incorporation of legal practices.
Les Szekely BA LLM FTIA first worked as a solicitor and then taught commercial and revenue law at the
University of NSW and then at Sydney University. Les joined Horwath in 1984 as a Senior Tax Manager
and became a Tax Partner in 1987. Following the recent merger between Horwath and Deloitte, Les
became Director of Taxation, Deloitte Growth Solutions. For nearly 20 years his professional career has
been dedicated entirely to tax consulting for cross border transactions, business reorganisations,
mergers and acquisitions. Les has been extensively published in CCH, Rydges, IBFD and Information
Australia on both domestic and international issues. Current at 5 February 2009Current at 05 February 2009
The Tax Institute is a Recognised Tax Agent Association (RTAA) under the Tax Agent Services Regulations 2009.
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