Published on 01 Feb 08
by "TAXATION IN AUSTRALIA" JOURNAL ARTICLE
A significantly improved taxation outcome can be achieved where executives are entitled to transitional termination payments that arise from employment agreements entered into prior to 10 May 2006. The identification of transitional termination payments will be critical to achieving tax effective outcomes.
George Hodson CTA
George is a Partner at Thomson Geer in the Adelaide office, where he advises on a range of taxation, transactional, business structuring, succession planning and tax controversy matters. He acts for a range of private, public and government clients and works closely with businesses, high net worth families, not-for-profits, accountants and other professional advisers. He has extensive experience in taxation advisory as well as dispute resolution with federal and state revenue authorities. George presents at various industry events and has authored numerous articles for The Tax Institute and other industry publications. He has held a variety of professional committee roles and presently sits on the SA Technical Resource Committee with The Tax Institute. Current at 28 July 2016
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Peter Slegers CTA
Peter is a Partner at Cowell Clarke and heads up the firm's Tax & Revenue Group. He provides specialist tax advice to public accountants and a wide range of corporate and medium to large family businesses as well as high net worth taxpayers. Peter has had a significant involvement with trust structures throughout his career and is the author on topical tax issues in CCH Tax Week and Taxation in Australia. Peter has a Master's degree in Taxation Law and is a member of The Tax Institute's State Council. Current at 01 February 2016
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