Exploring the Benefits of Subdivision 328-G for Small Business Restructures (recording)

$132.00 Excl. GST

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Join us for an insightful webinar hosted by the Institute of Financial Professionals Australia (IFPA). This session will delve into the key aspects of Subdivision 328-G, which offers critical tax relief for small businesses considering restructuring their ownership. The provision is designed to facilitate such changes without the burden of immediate income tax consequences, thereby supporting smoother transitions and fostering business growth.


Our distinguished speaker, Morris Maroon, Principal Lawyer and Tax Expert at Coleman Greig, will guide attendees through the intricate details of Subdivision 328-G. The webinar will cover the eligibility criteria necessary to take advantage of this concession, ensuring participants understand how to qualify and implement these measures effectively.


Morris will also compare and contrast the benefits and limitations of Subdivision 328-G with those available under Subdivision 152. This comparison is crucial for practitioners who need to advise on the most beneficial restructuring strategies under varying circumstances.


Additionally, the session will include practical examples of how Subdivision 328-G has been successfully applied in real-world scenarios. These case studies will highlight the practical implications and advantages of utilising this subdivision, providing attendees with a comprehensive understanding of its potential impact on their business or those they advise.


This webinar is an excellent opportunity for IFPA members to enhance their knowledge on an essential aspect of tax law that directly affects small businesses. It will equip them with the understanding needed to navigate the complexities of business restructure with confidence and strategic insight.


$99+GST (members) | $132+GST (non- members)

TPB CPD Hours: 1 hour |  Legislated CPD Hours: 1 hour in tax (financial) advice


Presented by:
Morris Maroon

Morris Maroon is a Principal Lawyer within Coleman Greig’s Tax and Superannuation team. Morris has over 30 years’ experience in corporate and international tax and has practised both in Australia and overseas. He specialises in providing his clients with practical and sophisticated tax solutions.

Morris’ areas of expertise includes international tax planning, inbound and outbound structuring, and due diligence work. He has substantial experience in capital gains tax, payroll tax, GST, stamp duty and dealing with the Australian Taxation Office in respect to tax disputes.

Dealing with complex taxation matters allows Morris to draw on his skills from multiple industries to produce practical and timely solutions for his clients. Morris has a background of over 27 years in the big four chartered accounting environment. His in-depth understanding of taxation matters gives him a thorough understanding of the practical, accounting and legal implications of all business transactions.

Unique to other advisors, Morris thinks outside the square about how he can reach the most practical solution for his client.