Small Business Taxation

These quarterly articles are written by John Ioannou, principal lawyer, at Macpherson Kelley lawyers and focus on current tax issues impacting on SME business owners.

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About Macpherson Kelley

Macpherson Kelley (MK) is a national commercial law firm that partners with clients to achieve their business goals through practical advice they can confidently act on.

With offices in Brisbane, Dandenong, Melbourne and Sydney, as well as international connections through our Pacific Legal Network team and Multilaw partners, our lawyers collaborate across practice areas and borders to take care of any legal issues faced by our clients – click on our website for further information.

About John Ioannou & the MK Tax Team

John is a tax lawyer and advises on business structuring, taxation, estate planning, trust and asset protection for privately owned businesses, families and high net worth individuals. John is a leader in Australia’s tax sector with leadership positions at the Tax Institute.

John and his team also consult to accounting firms on complex tax matters – click here to access John’s profile and contact details and the MK tax team brochure.  

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Tax Issues with Division 7A Loans to Private Company Shareholders June, 2022
Trust vs Company Structures March, 2022
Tax Considerations with Foreign Income December, 2021
Tax Effective Realisation of Real Estate September, 2021
Tax and Duty Issues of Buying Shares or Units in an Entity over Assets June, 2021
Utilising Temporary Loss Carry Back Rules For Companies (free to view) March, 2021
Meaning of Active Asset Under the Small Business CGT Concessions December, 2020
Share Vs Asset Sale Under the Small Business CGT Concessions September, 2020
Tax Restructuring During COVID 19 June, 2020
Claiming the $150000 Instant Asset Write Off March, 2020



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