Scott has broad experience across all areas of taxation, both from time in the chartered accounting profession and also with the Australian Tax Office.
He is involved in professional and industry groups with a strong focus on the property industry. Scott is also skilled in estate & succession planning and managing complex family issues.
Scott regularly undertakes speaking engagements with TIA, ICAA and other organisations and has had a number of technical papers published.
Areas of expertise
- Income and Capital Gains Tax, including business or group restructure and succession issues for optimal outcomes including access to small business concessions where available
- Specialist commercial and taxation issues in respect of Retirement Villages and Aged Care
- Sale of business, mergers and acquisitions
- Goods and Service Tax - complex issues and commercial outcomes
- Investment, Superannuation, Financial and Estate Planning strategies
- Property investment, development and structures, including complex mixed developments and interests such as retirement villages
- Retirement Living and Age Care
- Building and construction
Memberships & Qualifications
- Bachelor of Business (Accounting)
- Registered Tax Agent
- Chartered Tax Advisor (CTA) with The Taxation Institute of Australia (TTI)
- Public Practice Certificate (CA) with Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CAANZ)
- Active Member of CAANZ - Indirect Tax Committee; Property Council GST Working Group and Retirement Living Council – Tax Committee
- Past Chair of TTI NSW Professional Development Committee & current Chair of State Council
- RG 146 Qualified (Financial Services) Licenced to Pitcher Partners Sydney Wealth Management Pty Ltd AFSL 336950
- Financial Planning Association of Australia (AFP)
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