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CGT roll-overs - An sme’s perspective presentation

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

This presentation covers:

  • sub-division122-A/122-B
  • division 124-N
  • division 615
  • other considerations.

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Stuart Glasgow CTA
Photo of author, Stuart Glasgow Stuart is a Partner at HID Group in Melbourne. He has over 20 years experience in chartered accounting. As a taxation specialist and commercial advisor for privately owned businesses and their owners, he has provided consulting services in all areas of taxation, including capital gains tax, structuring of businesses for asset protection and succession planning, business restructures, trusts and corporate tax issues. He also provides tax and commercial transaction support services. Stuart is an active member of the Tax Institute, being a National Councillor, Victorian State Councillor and is a member of the National Membership Services Committee, Victorian Technical Committee and National Convention Organising Committee. - Current at 29 May 2018
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