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VIDEO Restructuring for asset protection: Is it genuine?

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This one hour webinar is co-hosted by Acis as a part of our joint Tax Events series. Throughout the presentation, our experts consider whether asset protection strategies might be impacted by any of the following ITAA provisions:

  • Part IVA
  • Section 100A – reimbursement agreements
  • Subdivision 328-G – acceptable reasons for a small business restructure
  • Division 152 – transactions entered into pending a CGT asset disposal with a view to access Div 152

Watch the webinar recording below.

The related seminar paper on this topic written by Tax Consultant Brian Richards can also be downloaded here.

If you have any queries about the content of this presentation, please contact us on tax@redchip.com.au or phone 07 3223 6100.

Redchip

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