Published on 04 Jun 04
by NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
This paper uses a detailed worked example to demonstrate the benefits and issues that exist when a joint venture arrangement is used as the vehicle for undertaking a property development. The paper covers:
- why use a joint venture and not a partnership?
- where do the GST obligations sit?
- when will stamp duty will be triggered?
- issues when financing the JV
- the taxing points for the JV participants
- can a JV increase access to CGT concessions?
Greg is the Director in charge of the Tax Services division of William Buck in Sydney. His clients are predominantly private businesses, both Australian and foreign owned, as well as higher wealth individuals and families. Greg’s work is primarily advising on issues and transactions, such as restructuring, exit strategies, business acquisitions and international expansion, along with referrals from accountants, lawyers and other advisers. Greg is the author of The Tax Adviser’s Guide to Part IVA, published by The Tax Institute
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26 June 2019