7 May 2018 Florante Valdez

#38 – Estate Planning 2018 – Where are we at?

This is a podcast of the ‘Estate Planning 2018 – Where are we at?’ held on 21 February 2018.Matthew Burgess View Legal webinar - Estate Planning 2018 – Where are we at

The pace of evolution of all aspects of estate planning has continued to intensify over the last 12 months.  This presentation will use case studies to explore all key recent developments including:

  1. the key estate planning related court decisions over the last 12 months
  2. taxation and stamp duty changes impacting on estate planning
  3. the impact of the July 2017 superannuation changes
  4. latest examples of the attitude of the Australian Taxation Office towards various estate planning strategies
  5. insights into the latest bespoke planning opportunities

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