National Conference 2020 – Technical Paper
The small business CGT cap is an ideal opportunity for small business clients to boost their super savings. However, putting the theory into practice can be challenging given the nuances of the concessions, the one-off nature of selling a business and the precise timing requirements for contributing the CGT cap amount to super.
Given these practical issues, this Technical Paper will concentrate on case studies to showcase a real-world understanding of how the concessions and the CGT cap apply in practice, as well as identify strategies to maximise the amount contributed to super under the CGT cap.
The contents of this resource are taken to be correct at the time of publication.
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