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2020 Death... and Taxes: EncoreQ&A with Presenters
The recent Death… and Taxes Webinar series held from May–July 2020 was keenly attended by over 150 delegates across 6 sessions.
Many of the sessions from this original series generated considerable interest and lively discussion with multiple questions flowing back and forth between presenters and delegates. However, it became apparent that due to time constraints the opportunity for broader discussion was limited and some questions were left unresolved.
It was not surprising that two of our most popular topics involved discussions around two of the most significant assets in a typical deceased estate.
Whether or not you attended the original session, you will be able to actively participate in these encore sessions. To help you prepare for your virtual meetings with the presenters, the recording and relevant materials from the original session will be made available to you one week prior to this encore webinar.
This interactive session will be held on Zoom, giving both the presenters and attendees a chance to interact. There will be limited spaces available for this event, so make sure you register now to reserve your spot!
Part 1: Technology, tax, and the transformation of the profession
During the COVID-19 crisis and the adoption of widespread work-from-home arrangements, it has become apparent just how heavily dependent we are on technology, and what a vital tool it is for any business or tax practice. In this session, Alan will lead us down the path of technology developments, from basic pebbles through to Artificial Intelligence, including:
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Part 2: Restructuring in uncertain times
Opportunities arise even in bad times when it comes to restructuring into more fit for purpose structures.
This session will review the tools available when considering restructuring including:
Part 3: Tackling trust losses
It has become quite common practice to make family trust and interposed entity elections to deal with carry forward losses and franked distributions without considering the impact on the future of the group. Particularly in these turbulent times, advisers can be caught off guard on issues which can arise when these elections are made without foresight. This session will consider how an incorrect decision or nomination of test individual could affect the options of the group in the future and how to deal with them. The session will examine:
Part 4: Navigating the maze of base rate entities
After what was a two-year epic to reduce the corporate tax rate,
involving multiple legislative amendments and extensive ATO guidance, do you
fully understand how to work out whether a company is a base rate entity? What
was formerly a mundane process of determining a company’s tax rate and its
franking rate is now more complicated, and there are a number of anomalous
outcomes. This session will cover the intricacies, nuances and subtleties of:
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Part 5: Navigating the dividing line - when is it crossed?
In this facilitated session, Fiona Dillon, Acting Chief Tax Counsel at the Australian Taxation Office, will address key matters for consideration in the private business space.
Part 6: The potential cost of forgiving debts
This session will provide a refresher and an update on the income tax issues to consider when forgiving or restructuring debts, focusing on the consequences for debtors under the commercial debt forgiveness provisions. This session will include a discussion of:
Part 7: Cash is king
Even those businesses that are adequately surviving are likely to experience some form of cash flow distress in the current environment. What can we do to alleviate that distress for our clients? This session will focus on:
Part 8: Dancing with Division 7A
Serviceability of Division 7A arrangements as we traverse throughharder economic times will be an increasing issue for a number of taxpayers. This session will review the various options available to help manage Division 7A arrangements including:
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