A major overhaul of superannuation, taxation and trust regulation is desperately required to properly recapitalise Australia’s aging agricultural sector, according to a new detailed report on family farming.
Chapman Eastway, which has been advising farming families for over a century, and Charles Sturt University have compiled a report on succession and inheritance with a long and detailed list of recommendations to smooth the transition for aging farmers and help maintain the viability of farming.
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Whilst the value of a good education is appreciated, why is it so difficult to talk about wealth and to extend the education to the subject of family wealth itself?
Asian families are clearly wrestling with the issue