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Tax consolidation: How to acquire assets paper

Published on 11 Mar 20 by NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper covers:

  • where does tax consolidation fit with SMEs
  • the tax consolidation calculation
  • moving to a tax consolidation structure
  • losses in consolidation
  • transacting with shares – due diligence.

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Simon is a tax consulting partner at Bentleys SA. Simon provides specialist taxation advice with a focus on clients in the SME & International market. Simon regularly provides advice on tax aspects of deals, structuring and restructuring groups with a particular focus on tax consolidation and CGT outcomes. Simon has over 23 years experience in public practice and with the ATO and is a regular contributor to the Taxation Institute and other relevant bodies. - Current at 11 December 2020
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