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Agribusiness transactions tax implications of selling the farm presentation

Published on 18 Nov 16 by SOUTH AUSTRALIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This presentation covers:

  • small business CGT concessions
  • small business restructure roll-overs
  • other income tax/CGT concessions
  • stamp duty
  • pre-CGT land and post-CGT developments
  • changes in underlying ownership
  • liquidation
  • foreign investment
  • CGT-withholding
  • land development
  • land as trading stock
  • GST – exemptions & margin scheme.

Author profiles

Grantley Stevens CTA
Grantley Stevens, CTA, is the Partner responsible for Nexia Edwards Marshall's Business Consulting and Taxation divisions. He consults to many medium-to-large businesses involved in agriculture, engineering, property, retail and hospitality. He specialises in income tax, FBT, CGT, GST and management consulting, and is also a director of Greyhounds Racing SA and is on the Finance Committee of the Port Adelaide Football Club. - Current at 17 May 2018
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Raoul Stevenson CTA
Raoul Stevenson is a Senior Manager in Business Consulting Services at Nexia Edwards Marshall. For the past nine years Raoul has assisted clients in a range of industries including viticulture, agriculture, wholesale and professional services with an in depth knowledge of income tax, FBT and WET. Raoul is a current active member of The Tax Institute's PD committee. - Current at 30 August 2016
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