The temptation is often to think that related parties (usually a family group of some kind) can transact with each other without taxation considerations.
There are a range of tax considerations that need to be worked through when related parties transact.
These can be wide reaching and may not be purely because of the relationship. The tax rules that apply to these transactions also change and need to be considered. For example:
This webinar will work through a number of the common examples of taxation impacting on related party transactions ranging from the most common scenarios to situations that we have seen recently.
16 September 2020
By attending this course, you will get a better understanding of the issues that clients will face when dealing parties associated/related to them. These often arise in the case of succession, asset protection, restructures, or just using assets. The course will highlight these issues and the tax rules that apply.
CA/Lawyer/Advisor – Appropriate for all levels.
Daniel Gibbons, Partner – Tax Advisory, Findex/Crowe (presenting on behalf of TEO)
1.25 CPD Hours