Estate planning 2020

IGOT inquiry into deceased estates - A range of administrative issues

Source: QLD

Published Date: 2 Jul 2020


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This video covers:
  • key findings and statistics
  • tax rules & rates timeline
  • who should finalise the deceased's tax affairs after their death?
  • assets at death - part of the deceased estate? how to transfer?
  • summary of potential recommendations.

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IGOT inquiry into deceased estates - a range of administrative issues

Author(s): Karen Payne CTA


  • Published By: Karen Payne CTA
  • Published On:2 Jul 2020
  • Took place at:Online

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