Taxation, Stamp Duty & Asset Protection
Whether you are an individual or a business, tax is always a significant expense.
Tax law is not only complex but constantly changing, which means that almost every personal or financial decision you make has tax implications. As a result, whether you own a business or are a high-net-worth individual, it is essential to ensure that your financial affairs are structured effectively from the outset, in order to protect your assets.
We believe that tax planning is central to ensuring that your business generates wealth, as well as enabling you to remain competitive both locally and globally. Due to anti-tax-avoidance provisions within legislation at both the state and federal level, you need expert advice. Your tax planning also needs to interlock with a sound business and financial plan.
At Barraket Stanton, we provide tax law advice in the following areas:
- income tax;
- capital gains tax;
- goods and services tax;
- stamp duty;
- land tax;
- payroll tax; and
- excise duties.
We can also provide advice on the tax implications for the following:
- establishing partnerships, companies and trusts;
- buying, selling or restructuring a business;
- capital raisings;
- joint ventures;
- expanding or restructuring an enterprise for a trade sale or initial public offering (IPO);
- asset protection planning;
- personal estate planning;
- business estate planning;
- superannuation; and