Understanding the tax implications for entrepreneurs presented by Craig Lamberton and Iain Craig
By: BDO Spicers.Series: Professional Development course paper (Institute of Chartered Accountants of New Zealand). Publisher: Wellington, New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants of New Zealand (ICANZ) 2005Description: 1 v. 30 cm.ISBN: 1877324817.ISSN: 1173-9851.Subject(s): TAXATION | ENTREPRENEURS | TAXATION
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PROFILE OF AN ENTREPRENEUR ; START-UP PHASE: Undisciplined entrepreneur ; Disciplined entrepreneur ; Common tax issues in the start-up phase ; Inefficient tax structures ; BUSINESS FAILURE PHASE: Bad debt write offs ; Creditors compromise ; Sale and lease back ; Overdrawn shareholder current account ; IRD repayment arrangements ; HK 11 exposure ; IRD becomes secured creditor ; Business sale ; Personal assets ; GROWTH PHASE: Growth through acquisitions ; Organic growth with additional capital ; Going abroad ; Business restructuring ; EXIT PLANS: Wealth creation ; Separating investment activities from trading activities ; Toys for the boys
Concentrates on the tax implications for entrepreneurs. Looks at the many common issues, pitfalls, problems and opportunities that advisers to entrepreneurs must be aware of in order to provide the best possible advice. Examines a typical business life cycle from the start-up and adoption of a business structure, through the fast-changing growth phase, and into the succession/divestment phase.