Capital Gains Tax (CGT) M&A Corporate tax

Exiting your business - Sale

Source: QLD

Published Date: 27 Aug 2015


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This paper covers:

  • business sale versus share sale
  • impact of having pre-CGT and post-CGT assets and pre-CGT shares
  • the availability of the small business CGT concessions for the seller
  • using earnouts as part of the sale transaction.

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Exiting your business - Sale

Author(s): David Marschke CTA , Christie Palmer
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