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GST and property – Avoiding the pitfalls paper

Published on 11 Sep 14 by QUEENSLAND DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper covers:

  • the dichotomy between commercial residential premises and residential premises
  • supplies of going concerns
  • application of the margin scheme
  • what to look out for when reviewing property contracts.

Author profiles:

Sam MOHAMMAD

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Karl Wood FTI
Karl is a Director of KPMG’s Indirect Tax Practice in Sydney and leads the GST offering in real property and infrastructure. Prior to joining KPMG, Karl was Head of Indirect Tax at Stockland, Australia’s largest diversified property group where he was involved in providing day-to-day transactional GST advice regarding acquisitions, restructurings and financing in relation to various major property and trust transactions across the Stockland Group. Karl is a member of the Large Business Advisory Group (LBAG), and the current Chair of the Property Council of Australia’s National GST Subcommittee (where he also sits on the Retirement Living Tax Committee), and through this membership has been involved in lobbying on a number of GST issues. Current at 08 August 2014

This was presented at 2014 Queensland Annual State Convention.

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