Managing the complexities of farm business succession
Family farming businesses are the backbone of Australian agriculture and their success and succession is vital to the sector. However, their unique blend of business and family, and the increasing value of the assets required to operate a viable farming business results in a unique succession dilemma.
This session will cover what makes farm succession different, including the impact of tax and stamp duty, farms in superannuation funds, and family provision.
Brendan Cockerill, Principal, Canberra Business Lawyers
Brendan has been working in the area of business law and estate planning since 1998. He has extensive experience in business law with an emphasis on establishing and restructuring business structures, business succession, transaction taxes, business entity taxes, wills and estate planning and superannuation. He has presented at a number of conferences and seminars and provide in house training for accounting and financial planning firms.
- This is an on-demand webinar you can watch at anytime - a link and password will be sent to you when you register.
- Members will earn 1 CPD point in core area 2
- This event was recorded at the 8th Annual ACT Wills & Estates Conference, held on Friday 25 February 2022
- This recording will expire on 31 December 2022.
- Online tickets: $44
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