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Market valuations for tax purposes paper

Published on 16 Mar 17 by NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper covers:

  • fixed assets and depreciation
  • corporatization of the trust
  • commercial debt forgiveness
  • issuing shares in exchange for services – ordinary/statutory income
  • earn outs and the small business concession.

Author profiles

Fiona Hansen
is a Partner in PPB Advisory’s Valuation Advisory team. She has over 20 years’ experience in corporate finance having held senior roles in the Big 4 accounting firms working in Australia, Europe and South Africa. Fiona specialises in valuations of businesses, intangible assets, equity and debt instruments, executive options, impairment testing and independent expert’s reports. Fiona has also undertaken numerous for tax purposes and works closely with tax advisers in preparing such valuations. Fiona is a regular contributor of articles for the Business Valuation Australia, Australia’s leading industry journal for valuation practitioners.
Wendy Lim
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Robert Yunan FTI
Rob Yunan, FTI, is a Special Counsel in the Income Tax practice at MinterEllison, providing advice on Australian and international taxation matters. Prior to joining MinterEllison, Rob worked in the Corporate Tax team at KPMG. Rob specialises in mergers and acquisitions, funding issues (including thin capitalisation and withholding taxes), CGT and tax consolidation. Rob’s practice is focused on the infrastructure and property development sectors. - Current at 31 October 2019
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