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2021 Agribusiness Intensive

Published on 09 Jun 2021 | Took place at Stamford Plaza, Brisbane, QLD

The two-day 2021 Agribusiness Intensive featured sessions specifically targeted towards the key tax issues arising from ongoing primary production business transactions. It is also the ideal opportunity to keep abreast of current tax and related legal issues impacting on primary productions businesses.

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Individual sessions

Structures in agribusiness

Author(s):  Linda Tapiolas

This paper covers an in-depth review of the nature of structures that work well during the running of the agribusiness and enable an optimum tax and commercial outcome on exit.

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Taxation of non-primary production receipts

Author(s):  Tom DELANY

This paper covers an update on the current state of play in this area and consider the taxation of some of the more common non-primary production receipts that practitioners may encounter.

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Attracting additional investors to Australian primary production

Author(s):  Jess Fantin,  Jaclyn Hope

This presentation covers issues including the identification of appropriate entities that may assist in attracting additional domestic and overseas investment in Australian agriculture.

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Primary production land and improvements

Author(s):  Tom DELANY,  Amanda Tolson

This presentation covers land tenure by identifying the right to use and occupy primary production land in Queensland and overlay this with a tax analysis.

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Keynote address - Demanding times

Author(s):  Ian Hanrahan This video covers specific information on what is happening in individual commodity sectors providing a review of both domestic and international consumption and trends considered the impact that COVID-19 has had on production in the short and long term.

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Division 7A - Where are we heading?

Author(s):  Mark Molesworth This video covers:

  • Loans in existence on 4 December 1997
  • Unpaid present entitlements (UPE) including UPEs that are held on sub-trust and those in existence before 16 December 2009
  • The ongoing relevance of a company having a “distributable surplus”
  • The maintenance of existing Division 7A arrangements with particular reference to the cash flow considerations
  • Unwinding existing Division 7A arrangements
  • Primary production companies with substantial retained earnings being a source of finance to associated individuals and related entities for commercial and other purposes
  • The interaction with other taxation provisions.
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