Divorce and RelationShip Breakdowns

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Divorce and Relationship Breakdowns.
The tax impacts you need to know.

Statistics tell us that divorce is a fact of life with one in three 1st marriages ending in divorce, and one in two 2nd marriages ending in divorce.

In this webinar, we discuss the tax impacts you need to know with divorce and relationship breakdowns including some of the areas that may impact you and where you may need assistance from an accounting and tax perspective.

Obtaining proactive advice in the early stages will help avoid long term issues.


KEY OUTCOMES:

  • Accountants involvement in the process
  • Key Tax Issues
    • CGT Issues
    • Division 7A
    • GST
  • Stamp Duty
  • Structure Issues
    • SMSFs
    • Trusts

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