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Property - indirect taxes and GST paper

Published on 07 Oct 05 by VICTORIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper looks at many of the recent indirect tax developments and will help you manage the often competing stamp duty, GST and land tax considerations, with specific focus on real property transactions including:

  • changes to the Victorian stamp duty nomination rules - new Part IVA
  • stamp duty on multi-jurisdictional businesses
  • land tax update and grouping provisions
  • margin scheme and going concerns - latest changes and when to use
  • protecting vendors in land transactions - managing competing interests
  • case law update.

Author profile:

Author Photo - Zoe Chung CTA
Zoe Chung CTA
Zoe Chung, CTA, is a Partner in the Tax & Legal service team of PricewaterhouseCoopers and has worked in legal and professional services firms for over 16 years. Zoe is a state taxes specialist with an emphasis on stamp duty and has advised on a number of large mergers, acquisitions and restructures for clients in the mining, infrastructure, superannuation, manufacturing and funds management industry. While doing so, she has dealt with various state revenue offices, not only from a technical perspective but also from a policy perspective including making submissions to guide the policy underlying the stamp duty laws. Current at 24 September 2015 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Zoe CHUNG.
 

This was presented at 44th Victorian State Convention: Surfing the Wave.

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Part IVA and Division 165: where are we now and where are we heading?

Author(s):  Richard F EDMONDS

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Division 7A revisited

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Capital structuring for corporate groups

Author(s):  Gordon THRING

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Tax cases, rulings and announcements that have changed the tax landscape

Author(s):  Keith JAMES

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