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Income Tax Treatment of Property Development & Investment convention paper

Published on 13 Sep 03 by VICTORIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper presents case studies focussing on income tax aspects of property development and investment activity. Specific issues addressed include:
- optimal structures for development and investment
- financing considerations - debt v equity, timing of debt deductions
- income derivation issues
- exit issue.

This paper was also presented on 3 June 2004 by Carlo Moretti at the NSW State Convention held in Leura.

Author profile:

John Brazzale CTA
John is a Partner at Pitcher Partners and is the Partner in charge of the Tax Consulting Division. John has significant experience in advising both public and private clients on tax issues arising from structuring, restructuring, mergers and acquisitions, and also in liaison with revenue authorities. Current at 09 October 2008 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by John BRAZZALE.
 

This was presented at 42ND VICTORIAN STATE CONVENTION - CELEBRATING SUCCESS.

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