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SME Structures Day

Published on 04 May 2016 | Took place at RACV Club, Melbourne, VIC

This event brought participants up to date on how to go about cleaning up a business for sale. It explored the taxation implications of various exit strategies and common taxation issues encountered during a sale transaction. It also covered how to deal the proceeds after the sale and the major issues currently faced by family businesses in Australia and will finished with a panel discussion.

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Individual sessions

Getting the sale proceeds into super

Author(s):  Philip BRODERICK

This paper covers:

  • rules and restrictions for making super contributions
  • trips and traps with using the small business tax concession contribution cap
  • transferring assets, such as the business premises, into a super fund.
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What’s the deal with tax? A look at tax and transactions

Author(s):  Fletcher Dixon

This paper covers:

  • ATO pre lodgement: deal publicity and getting the house in order
  • deal structuring: CGT roll-over availability and the importance of planning
  • deal structuring: acquisition date sleeper
  • deal structuring: where are we with earnouts?
  • getting the deal done: is your client exit ready?
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Effective business structures

Author(s):  Richard Bridgart

This presentation covers:

  • transforming existing structures
  • small business restructure rollover
  • unpaid present entitlements and Division 7A
  • how to make the most of superannuation.
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Employee share schemes for small and medium sized enterprises

Author(s):  Andrew CLEMENTS

This presentation covers:

  • practical constraints on offering equity in an unlisted environment
  • benefits of the new start-up regime
  • the impact of the Government’s National Innovation and Science Agenda on providing employee equity.
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