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26th Noosa Intensive

Published on 15 Nov 2018 | Took place at Sofitel Noosa Pacific Resort, QLD

This event covered some of the following topics:

  • structuring to ensure the right beginning
  • protecting the recipe
  • navigating your way through the mist of the corporate tax cuts
  • making sense of the menu of small business CGT concessions
  • corporate tax cuts and franking, start-ups and funding of growth
  • ATO hot spots.

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Individual sessions

Plenary 1: Structuring to ensure the right beginning

Author(s):  Ian BURGESS

This paper covers:

  • overview of structuring considerations
  • research and development concessions
  • early stage innovation company (ESIC) concessions
  • employee equity arrangements.
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Plenary 2: Protecting the recipe

Author(s):  Clint Harding

This paper covers:

  • what is intellectual property
  • what is goodwill?
  • what are some of the key legal mechanisms that can be used to govern and protect the use of valuable intellectual property?
  • how do you optimise your structure for both ip protection and retaining access to any concessions, grants or incentives that may be available?
  • what are some of the tax issues associated with IP that you need to be aware of during the lifecycle of a business?
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Plenary 3: Navigating your way through the mist of the corporate tax cuts

Author(s):  Robyn Jacobson

This paper covers:

  • the recently enacted company tax rate cuts
  • eligibility criteria for lower tax rate in 2016–17
  • eligibility criteria for the 2017–18 and later income years
  • other issues with the corporate tax rate
  • franking distributions
  • other issues.
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Plenary 4: Making sense of the menu of small business CGT concessions

Author(s):  Leanne Connor

This paper covers:

  • factors to consider when restructuring
  • restructuring using other CGT rollover provisions
  • utilising small business CGT concessions – Div 152
  • the CGT concessions – an overview
  • small business restructure – a comparison.
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Plenary 7: Keeping the family business in the family

Author(s):  Jessica Pengelly

This paper covers:

  • technical and practical issues that frame the approach to a restructure
  • reconsidering trusts as a business or trading vehicle. Is it worth it anymore?
  • using Division 152 as a succession planning tool
  • availability of SBRR where the goal is family succession
  • using Division 328 reliefs to split a trust
  • mechanisms to deal with ownership and control of a non-estate owned family business and associated revenue law traps.
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Plenary 8: Navigating your way through the Division 7A minefield

Author(s):  Andrew NOOLAN

This paper covers:

  • post-implementation review
  • Treasury discussion paper
  • issues related to present day Division 7A
  • prior period Division 7A issues.

 

 

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Panel workshop questions: What’s brewing in Division 7A?

Author(s):  Linda Tapiolas,  Paul BANISTER

This paper covers questions and solutions on what's brewing in Division 7A.

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