12th Annual Business and Property Tax Conference
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Pre-ordered ebooks,Taxation,12th Annual Business and Property Tax Conference
 
Date: 9 to 17 February 2021
 
 ABOUT THE BOOK
2020 posed many unique challenges for taxation advisers and their clients, from natural disasters, to COVID-19 and the subsequent recession. The role advisers play in guiding clients through these uncertain times is crucial, and it has never been more important for accountants to understand the key tax issues that family businesses and SMEs need to navigate. Our 12th annual Business and Property Tax conference will cover all the important issues, from business sales, restructures and rollovers, to business succession planning, as well as the availability of tax losses following recent Federal Budget changes. It also examines difficult Division 7A issues, along with tax traps and pitfalls for property developers.


Part 1: Property Taxation and Market Values

  • Tax Traps and Pitfalls for Property Developers

  • Property Transactions and GST: A Ticking Timebomb for Advisers?

  • Market Value: Often Used, Rarely Understood


Part 2: Small Business Taxation

  • Small Business CGT - Are My Assets Active?

  • Business Sales, Restructures and Rollovers in a post COVID Landscape

  • Business Succession Planning - Ensuring the “Taxman” Doesn’t get your Retirement Nest Egg


Part 3: Trusts and Companies Taxation

  • Interstate trusts Relocating to South Australia - Does Clarke v Ebdon Open the Door?

  • Division 7A:Practical Strategies in an Uncertain Landscape

  • Availability of Tax Losses in a Downturn Economy


Part 4: Managing Tax Compliance Risks

  • Fruit or Tree? - Recent Examinations of the Capital/Revenue Distinction

  • Director Penalties - Does the “Buck” Really Stop with the Directors?

  • Debt Forgiveness and Restructuring - The Debt is Forgiven but is the “Taxman” Appeased?

 THE FACULTY

Philip Diviny, Partner, Madgwicks, Melbourne

Andy Milidoni, Partner, Johnson Winter & Slattery, Sydney

David Hughes, Partner, McCullough Robertson Lawyers, Brisbane

Vanessa Priest, Partner, Baskin Clarke Priest, Sydney

Andrea Carrick, Director, AG Tax Lawyers, Melbourne

Linda Tapiolas, Partner, Cooper Grace Ward Lawyers, Brisbane

Frank Hinoporos, Partner, Hall & Wilcox, Melbourne

Stephen Holmes, Partner, WMS Chartered Accountants, Brisbane

Michael Butler, Tax & Revenue Partner, Finlaysons, Adelaide

Arthur Athanasiou, Partner, Thomson Geer, Melbourne

Raffi Tenenbaum, Director of Taxation, Prosperity Advisers Group, Sydney

Ross Higgins, Partner, Mills Oakley Lawyers, Melbourne

Mark Molesworth, Partner, BDO, Brisbane

Damian O’Connor, Principal & Chartered Tax Advisor, Tax + Law, Brisbane

David Marschke, Principal, DBM Horizons, Brisbane

Andrew Sommer, Partner, Clayton Utz, Sydney

 ENQUIRIES/ASSISTANCE
If you need assistance or have an enquiry, please do not hesitate to contact our Customer Service Officer, Natasha De Paola on (03) 8601 7721 or email: [email protected]



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Product Code: E/PGTXFEB21
 Price:  $198.00 (Inclusive of GST)