Business Structuring 2019 - 30 April 2019 (On Demand)

Description

Understand why different structures may be used and the advantages & disadvantages of each.

This webinar will provide an overview of the common business types (such as sole trader, partnership, company & trust), explain how they operate and why one may be used over another.

It will cover key aspects to consider when choosing a business structure and some of the compliance aspects that need to be adhered to and taken into account.

Topics covered are:

  • The difference between a sole trader, partnership, company & trust
  • Advantages and disadvantages of each
  • Taxation differences between them
  • When corporate trustees and limited partnerships may be used

LEARNING OUTCOMES

Develop a working knowledge on different business entity types and options available

ORIGINAL BROADCAST DATE

30 April 2019

SUITED TO

This course would suit:

  • People with very little or no knowledge or experience with setting up different entity types or structures
  • Those wanting to enhance their understanding on the difference between various business structures, when one may be chosen over another and the taxation differences between them
  • Those who want to understand the commercial drivers for choosing one type of business entity over another

PRESENTER

Jo-Anne Randall, Director, Baker Tilly Staples Rodway

1.5 CPD Hours

  • On Demand Event
    Complete online in your own time (Self-paced)
    • $210.00 excl. GST

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One-connection-one-fee

Our webinars operate on a 'one-connection-one-fee' basis so you can have your whole team participate for one cost effective price and claim CPD points.

Recordings

All registrants to a live webinar will automatically be sent a recording at the end of that week along with a full transcript of the webinar, regardless of whether you attended or not.

Sole practitioners

A discount on webinars is available for sole practitioners. Please contact us at NZ‑learning@wolterskluwer.com to confirm eligibility.