Turning a client’s start-up into a success and getting it to the point where it is generating taxable income is a huge challenge, and many don’t even make it that far.
For those that do, they then need to prepare for the anomalous outcomes of the recent corporate tax cuts and the flow-on franking implications.
At the 26th Noosa Tax Intensive in November, Robyn Jacobson, CTA (TaxBanter) looks at a number of legislative amendments, some of which have just cleared Parliament, and the now far more complicated process of determining a company’s tax rate and its franking rate in the session ‘Navigating your way through the mist of the corporate tax cuts’.
Following Robyn’s session, Hannah Soh, CTA (Deloitte) expands on some of these issues in the workshop ‘Corporate tax cuts and franking, start-ups and funding of growth’.
We speak to Robyn and Hannah about what to expect in this post.