Asset Protection & Exit Strategies

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Protect Your Assets

The most common issues CGA Accounting comes across with new clients, is the lack of asset protection. Poor advice received during the initial phases of your business results in assets being at risk of litigation. Asset protection is a specialty of CGA Accounting, as we believe your assets should be safe and secure and not under threat.

CGA Accounting have assisted many businesses small, medium and large enterprises to protect their assets. We believe its our obligation to protect our clients through careful and considered structuring. The level of involvement with your business is what we pride ourselves on. We have found through our extensive experience that one size does not fit all, and we create a customised solutions unique to your situation. Why not get in touch today to see how we can help.

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Masterminding Your Exit Strategy

Have you planned for the exit from your business? Incomplete or the lack of careful planning could result in all your wealth creation being heavily reduced. We see with new clients that this lack of planning results in unexpected taxation liabilities unwinding hard work you created building your wealth, over many years.

CGA Accounting provide expert advice to manage your expectations and provide realistic outcomes to ensure that the transfer of wealth occurs with the least disruption and minimal taxation. By having a flexible and well planned strategy your goals can be achieved.

CGA Accounting can help with all aspects of planning:
  • Longevity
  • Estate Planning
  • Succession Planning
  • Superannation Funds and SMSF’s
  • Small business concessions
  • Retirement Planning
  • Restructuring, voluntary administrations, liquidations and bankruptcies