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Property settlements under family law provisions have a number of tax challenges, particularly when splitting family assets or negotiating cash settlements. This session brings you up to date and includes: GST on the transfer of business assets as part of

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About the Webinar

Property settlements under family law provisions have a number of tax challenges, particularly when splitting family assets or negotiating cash settlements. This session brings you up to date and includes:

  • GST on the transfer of business assets as part of property settlements:
    • is there rollover relief on GST on breakdown of marriage?
    • what happens if other entities are involved –analyzing each transaction
    • how to minimize the impact of GST on a transfer of an asset - using the going concern exemption
  • Tax issues in business asset transfers
  • Dealing with partnership assets and partnership interests including:
    • plant and equipment
    • trading stock
  • Dealing with the family home in a property settlement - is there any tax risk?
  • Other real estate and roll over relief
  • Tax Issues in family trusts and companies:
    • trusts and UPEs - key tax considerations following relationship breakdown
    • is the removal of a beneficiary a trust resettlement?
    • company loans, debts and payments - minimizing the tax fallout
    • case study: cash settlements and Division 7A consequences - navigating the hurdles when the cash is tied up in the company

Presented By

George Kolliou
Director, AG Tax Lawyers Melbourne, Vic.

George Kolliou, formerly principal of Kolliou Tax Lawyers, has worked in the taxation field for over 30 years, firstly as an accountant and then as a lawyer. George's special area of interest is the intersection of taxation and trust law particularly in the SME context.

George regularly presents at tax conferences on SME taxation issues and writes for various professional journals. He has also co-authored the Australian Trusts Tax Handbook published by Thomson Reuters.

Who Should Attend?

This webinar is suitable for family lawyers and accountants advising in taxation matters – Australia wide. This webinar is for practitioners with some knowledge in this area and looking to improve their knowledge.

Enquiries/Assistance

If you need assistance or have an enquiry, please do not hesitate to contact our Webinar Coordinator, Lisa Tran on (03) 8601 7709 or email: [email protected]

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