M&A Income tax 2015

Win your privatisation bid by optimising capital allowances

Source: National

Published Date: 18 Mar 2015


This presentation covers:

  • exempt entity
  • NTER: help or hindrance?
  • asset acquisition: the basics
  • asset acquisition: maximise opening tax basis
  • entity acquisition: depreciating assets.

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Win your privatisation bid for infrastructure assets by optimising capital allowances

Author(s): Chris Mclean , Hayden Scott FTI


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M&A Income tax 2015

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