Your Intellectual Property (IP) is any creation of your own, such as a new product or service, or your unique business idea.
The number of clients who leave gifts to charity in their wills is not reflective of their charitable donations during their lifetime.
Your business’s Intellectual Property (IP) is extremely valuable and it covers a wide range of intangible assets.
The hugely anticipated changes to Trust Distributions (Section 100A) have been finalised. These changes will have a big impact on the way trusts in Australia distribute income and how they are taxed.
Privacy is the most interesting area of law in Australia today. Identity data is at the heart of a variety of issues as diverse as national security and e-commerce.
Aintree Group Legal If legal asset transfers can be defeated… A common asset protection strategy is to transfer assets from centres of risk to recipients who are risk-free. The transfer…
Aintree Group Legal Recent High Court and Fair Work Commission (FWC) decisions have shaken much of our understanding of the distinction between employees and contractors and the gig economy, culminating…
In Australia, parents are one of the largest sources of finance for first home buyers. The average parental loan is reportedly $90,000.00.
Last week, we looked at the ATO’s increased attention on unpaid present entitlements (UPEs) and arrangements that take the form of UPEs but which in substance are really financial accommodation.…
An Unpaid Present Entitlement is a trust distribution to a beneficiary that hasn't actually been paid, and so appears as still owed.