Skip to main content
shopping_cart

Your shopping cart is empty

Property Intensive

Published on 30 Oct 2007 | Took place at Parmelia Hilton, Perth , WA

Changes in legislation can have a significant cash impact on certain property developments. Whilst advisers to property developers, owners and investors are constantly called upon to advise on an incredibly wide range of tax issues and transactions, property also continues to be a focus of the Taxation Office. This program focussed on the changes that have occurred in the past year and highlighted how issues can impact developers and investors in practice.

Get a 20% discount when you buy all the items from this event.

Individual sessions

Property: the accountant's perspective

Author(s):  Syd JENKINS When thinking about this subject the conclusion I reached was that although the tax environment has changed in many ways over the last 30 thirty years, so far as the taxation of property is concerned the changes, with one or two notable exceptions have been few. This paper raises some of those issues and considers some of the issues that arise when considering the accounting for such matters in the context of taxation.

Materials from this session:

Legal structures for property development

Author(s):  Peter BEEKINK

This paper covers:

  • factors to consider when choosing a structure
  • joint ventures
  • partnerships.
Materials from this session:

The new duties bill - implications for land holders

Author(s):  Mike FRAMPTON,  Alison WALLACE

This paper covers:

  • draft legislation update
  • current property tax issues
  • key planning issues for the application of stamp duty.
Materials from this session:

Recent developments in GST for the property industry

Author(s):  Russell MAYNARD

This paper covers:

  • the margin scheme
  • GST free going concerns - when is development eligible
  • recent cases, ATO rulings and decisions.
Materials from this session:

Income tax implications for one-off property developers

Author(s):  Rami BRASS

This paper covers:

  • the distinction between capital and revenue
  • CGT discount or fully taxed profit
  • structuring the sale to optimise the tax position.
Materials from this session: