Published on 31 Aug 2004
| Took place at Christie Corporate Conference Centre, Brisbane
Property remains one of the main targets for the ATO. During the last year there has been a significant and ongoing GST audit program, the advent of the tax consolidation and debt/equity regimes, and ongoing amendments to duty legislation. In addition, property transactions are inherently high value and therefore, high risk from an advisor's viewpoint. You need the best possible knowledge and advice to address these issues.
This seminar covered all aspects of income tax and GST treatment of property (including some you may not be aware of!).
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Author(s): Paul NEGUS This presentation focussed on the tax consolidation aspects of property development, covering topics such as:
- impact on character of transactions
- timing issues
- resetting asset tax values
- tax losses
- tax sharing agreements
- accounting, reporting and systems.
This was also presented by Carlo Franchina at the Tax Keys to Property seminar held in Perth on 24 September 2004.
Author(s): Edmund YANG This presentation covers the following topics:
- structuring of sale consideration to optimise tax position
- confirmation of appropriate cost base details
- worked example: calculation of gains/losses.
Tax issues in building and operating a retirement village
Author(s): Mark WEST This paper covers the following topics:
- input tax recovery issues
- strata title vs. non strata title structures
- sale of new residential premises
- going concern claw back
- how far does the GST free treatment go?
Author(s): Mike HOULAHAN, Hamid MIRZA This paper covers the following topics:
- recent developments
- identifying the supplies and apportionment issues
- going concern and other issues on acquisition and sale
- addressing Div 135 and other 'adjustment' difficulties.