|March 02, 2021
|Online||T - +61 7 3231 2400
|$165.00 Incl. GST|
COVID-19 has been a reminder to us of how important it is to review client structures, especially from an asset protection and family succession perspective. This may involve restructuring client affairs by transferring assets. Unfortunately, in Queensland, duty is often a road block to implementing business restructures. However, the new duty exemption in Queensland for small business restructures, announced on 7 September 2020, may mean this is an opportune time to implement restructures that have been put on the shelf.
In this session we will cover the new exemption rules as announced, as well as the primary production intergenerational transfer provisions, including:
- which restructures may be eligible for the new small business restructure duty exemption
- what is required to be able to access the intergenerational primary production provisions
- traps in applying the exemptions
- case study examples.
By the end of this session, advisers will have a general understanding of the opportunities to restructure in a duty-effective manner and the tips and traps to be aware of when using these restructure exemptions or concessions.
The webinar will be recorded, so, if you are unable to attend at the advertised time, we will send you the live recording for future viewing.