Technically Speaking: How to apply the maximum net asset value test to qualify for the capital gains tax small business concessions

The SMSF Association’s Head of Policy, Jordan George, has written this comprehensive Technically Speaking as a part 2 to Issue 52: “What is a small business for CGT small business concession purposes?”

This edition of Technically Speaking will detail how the $6 million maximum net asset value test (MNAVT) works and can be applied including what assets are included and excluded, what liabilities are included and a comprehensive case study featuring calculations.

The contents of this resource are taken to be correct at the time of publication.

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