The second instalment of our Leases series focuses on the lease term. The lease term is a key input in calculating the amount of the lease liability (and consequently the right-of-use asset). Assessing the lease term will often require judgement, especially when the arrangement contains features such as extension and termination options.
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Elderton Wines in the Barossa Valley is a second generation family-owned business. Cameron Ashmead and his brother run the business together. For a number of years, HLB Mann Judd has assisted the dynamic business with the challenges associated with rapid growth. Watch our video to learn more.
Mitchell has over 10 years experience in all areas of superannuation, particularly self-managed superannuation funds. He is an accredited superannuation fund specialist with the Institute of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand and heads the Superannuation Fund division of the Wollongong firm. Mitchell also has comprehensive knowledge and experience in estate planning and personal taxation.
Jonathan is a partner in Sydney’s Personal Wealth Management division. He currently manages a substantial amount of funds under advice on behalf of a large private client base. A personable, driven and client-focused practitioner, Jonathan maintains a strong profile within the media and regularly provides comment and insights to financial journalists.
Mariana von-Lucken is an experienced and highly respected tax professional. She is well-regarded by both clients and peers for her problem-solving skills and ability to achieve quick results that are both practical and commercially astute. Mariana currently sits on the Education Committee of the Taxation Institute of Australia and is a member of its Women in Tax Committee.
David joined HLB Mann Judd in 1967 and became a partner in 1971, retired as a partner in 2011, and is now a consultant to the firm. David acts as an Expert Witness for commercial disputes, sale of business, business valuations, family law property matters, shareholder and partnership disputes, personal injury claims and workplace matters.
Simon is responsible for assisting clients with a wide range of accounting and corporate matters, with a particular emphasis on audit and assurance, due diligence, succession planning and the initial public offering of shares and securities for those groups seeking to list on a local or foreign stock exchange.
Troy has nearly 20 years of accounting experience. He provides business advisory and taxation services to small and medium-sized enterprises across a wide range of industries, both locally and internationally. He has a particular focus on property, construction and hospitality.
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