Published on 04 Jun 04
by NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
The NSW government recently introduced vendor duty and changes to the land tax regime. This paper looks at the potential impact of these and other State taxes on investing in property directly or through investment vehicles. It looks at:
- the structural issues
- issues with property trusts
- investing through companies
- the stamp duty and land tax changes in the NSW mini budget
- how the taxes can affect the parties that are involved in common real property based investment structures.
Monojit (Mono), a partner of PricewaterhouseCoopers, specialises in providing Australia-wide consulting advice in areas of State Taxes such as Stamp Duty, pay-roll tax, land tax and debits tax. Mono works with clients across the property sector, from property trusts (funds management) and hotel groups to construction companies and
building products manufacturers on mergers, acquisitions and structuring corporate groups. His larger transaction experience includes assisting in the merger of two of the worlds largest oil companies, restructuring a major Australian building products company, acquiring a portfolio of electricity generation stations and developing Sydney's major entertainment / movie production precinct.
Current at 19 April 2004
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