New GST withholding tax for new residential property – developers face cash flow and compliance issues
28 Nov 17 |
WEEKLY TAX BULLETIN
Issue: Issue 48, 17 Nov 2017
Pages: pp. 6-8
From 1 July 2018, purchasers of new residential premises and lots in residential subdivisions will generally be required to make a payment of 1/11th of the purchase price directly to the ATO at settlement. This could create cash flow and compliance issues for developers who need to start planning now in preparation for the new rules.
This new GST withholding tax was originally announced in the 2017 budget, and is targeted at the problem of developers claiming GST credits throughout the construction phase and then failing to remit GST when the new premises and lots in residential subdivisions have been sold and settled.
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Peter is a Senior Associate in Arnold Bloch Leibler’s taxation group. He provides strategic and technical tax advice to a diverse range of Australian and international clients, public corporations, private groups, and high-net-worth individuals. Peter advises across most areas of tax with a particular focus on corporate and international tax, deals, employee share schemes, trusts and tax controversy matters. Peter is a member of the Tax Institute NSW Emerging Leaders Subcommittee and was a 2019 Tax Institute Awards finalist in the Emerging Tax Star category.
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