Why structuring matters

Why structuring matters

One of the more overlooked aspects of a new investment, whether it be a new business, property or other commercial investment, is structuring.

One of the more overlooked aspects of a new investment, whether it be a new business, property or other commercial investment, is structuring.

The term “structuring” itself deals with how the investment is held – who owns the investment and who can receive the benefit of the investment. The failure to properly consider how an investment should be structured can have costly consequences – ranging from being unable to effectively plan your tax, to incurring increased duties and taxation on the introduction of new equity and being unable to effectively dispose of the investment.

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