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The lifecycle of a property trust convention paper

Published on 03 Jun 04 by NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper demonstrates the tax benefits and issues that arise when a unit trust is used as the vehicle for property investment. It considers:
- the use of a unit trust and not a company or other vehicle
- the tax points for unitholders and trustees
- several specific income tax issues arising from the use of a unit trust
- income tax issues when financing the unit trust
- GST issues - when GST is payable and credits arise
- other indirect tax issues - land tax and stamp duty.

Author profile:

Joe Galea
Joe is a Corporate Tax Partner with the Deloitte Real Estate Group. He has over 15 years of corporate tax experience with a particular emphasis on advising property groups, including listed and unlisted funds, large multinational property groups and offshore investors. He has advised in respect of a number of significant tax consolidation projects for property groups, including considering the impact of the recent amendments to the tax cost setting rules. Joe is also an active member of the Property Council of Australia’s Income and International Tax Working Group. Current at 17 February 2011 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Joe GALEA.
 

This was presented at NSW STATE CONVENTION: PROPERTY BOOMS & BUSTS.

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