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Practical issues - Case studies - Tax & insolvency paper

Published on 02 Mar 16 by NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper covers:

  • winding up companies
  • trusts.

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Simon Aitken CTA
Simon is a Director, Tax Services with RSM Bird Cameron. He has over 25 years of corporate tax consulting experience, predominantly for Australian publicly listed companies and Australian subsidiaries of multinationals. Simon advises extensively to clients in the resources, building and infrastructure industries. Particular areas of expertise include tax due diligence reviews for takeovers and management of vendor divestments, and advising clients on all aspects of taxation law at both a compliance and strategic level. Simon also represents and advises clients on ATO reviews, audits, ruling submissions and tax management matters, including providing advice on the tax implications of group restructures. - Current at 04 August 2016
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