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Choosing the right business structure

General Taxation Services places a high degree of importance on client service and interaction.  Our focus is to proactively assist growing businesses by providing a complete advisory service solution.

If you are starting a new business or thinking of buying or selling an existing business, General Taxation Services can help you manage every aspect and provide advice specifically tailored to suit your needs.  We understand that each structure will have advantages and disadvantages. Be sure you make an informed decision with respect to the question of ‘Which structure is right for me?’.

>  Sole trader

>  Partnership

>  Company

>  Trust

>  Self-Managed Superannuation Fund

The structure becomes the foundation for protecting your assets, minimising taxes and maximising profits for the business. The most suitable structure would be one that balances the need to protect you and your family from liability with the need to keep all expenses as low as possible.

Critically important is to get advice on the best structure for your business. We will discuss your personal circumstances to help you decide on the most appropriate business structure for you to operate under to cover legal and compliance issues and to give your business the best possible advantages for tax planning and tax minimisation.

Why GTS?

We ensure your business’ success by providing practical, proven tax planning strategies and advice.  Our diverse and varied range of professionals are readily available to give you the outstanding strategic business plans to improve your business performance.

We provide business advisory services to a wide range of clients, from owner-managed businesses to small-medium size businesses, and international multi-million dollar companies.  We focus on targeted advice and act based on your specific circumstances to help you identify the issues that are preventing growth with best solutions that can keep your business remains competitive and profitable.

Author: Graham Robinson Google