This webinar is the second in a two-part series that covers the topic of capital gains tax (CGT). It aims to cover intermediate to advanced level aspects of the CGT regime that apply to more complex transactions.
This session covers concepts such as ‘market value’ and ‘non-arm’s length dealings’ which are more advanced, yet fundamental to the CGT regime. It also provides guidance on how to deal with some of the more common CGT exemptions and concessions, including practical guidance on how these rules apply in various practical contexts, including, marriage breakdowns, testamentary gifts and insurance proceeds.
It is ideal to also view the webinar Capital Gains Tax (1 of 2) which covers the background to CGT in Australia and provides an outline of fundamental CGT concepts.
Webinar Learning Outcomes:
The CGT regime as it applies to specialist and often more complex, yet commonly occurring CGT events are also discussed, including:
• CGT and death;
• the application of the CGT regime to trusts; and
• international tax.
Accounting, taxation and legal professionals, as well as those working in commerce that require an understanding of more advanced CGT concepts. This session is pitched at an intermediate to advanced level.
Crowe Horwath is the largest provider of practical accounting, audit, tax, business and financial advice to individuals and businesses from a network of over 80 offices throughout the country.
The firm’s team of 300 Principals (approx.) and professionals deliver a full range of accounting including, audit and taxation, business advisory, corporate finance and wealth management services from offices in the cities of Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra, Perth, Auckland, Wellington and major regional centers in Australia and New Zealand.
You will be provided with:
• PowerPoint presentation slide deck
• Supporting documentation
• Webinar Recording to view multiple times for up to 6 months
• An opportunity to ask the presenter questions
CGT applies to a host of different situations that can often be overlooked and costly if not addressed.