Published on 20 May 21
by NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
This paper compares the tax advantages and disadvantages of a corporate entity versus a trust in this current tax climate, and practical issues which each structure may raise in relation to distributions from the structure during its working life and taxation on exit from the structure.
Annelise is a lawyer at Coleman Greig, having joined the Sydney CBD’s Tax team last month. Annelise has developed a high level of experience and knowledge in the area of Capital Gains Tax and International tax. She has worked with many clients in the accounting industry and assisted multiple companies in the area of business operations and taxation advice. Having this specific exposure and hands on experience has allowed her to gain valuable insights into how tax matters work from a practical and alternative perspective.
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23 April 2020
Dung is a Principal at West Garbutt and is based in Sydney. Dung has more than two decades of experience in advising on a wide variety of taxes including income tax, capital gains tax, GST and state taxes such as duty, payroll tax and land tax. Dung also has extensive experience advising on taxation trusts, superannuation issues in the self-managed superannuation funds arena and tax issues related to estate planning. Dung is a Chartered Tax Adviser, full member of the Society of Trusts and Estate Practitioners, an accredited Specialist in Business and Personal Tax with the NSW Law Society, a member of the Business Law Section Taxation Committee of the Law Council of Australia and a member of the NSW Law Society Liaison Committee with the Revenue NSW. Dung advises a broad range of clients ranging from corporates, small to medium enterprises, high net worth individuals, professional firms, accountants, financial planners and their clients.
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07 December 2021