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Property Intensive Day

Published on 12 Nov 2002 | Took place at Carlton Crest, Brisbane , QLD

This seminar discusses the key tax issues in property, how to deal with the ever expanding definition of accounting income, and a look at stamp duties, GST, and capital allowances in relation to this topic.

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Individual sessions

Practical aspects of choosing property investment structures

Author(s):  Keith BURCHILL This seminar paper discusses tax as a starting point - understanding your commercial objectives, who are the likely investors and what do they want, in search of the optimum structure - what works and what doesn't, financing legal and tax consideration - working through competing objectives, and recent tax changes.

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Income recognition issues

Author(s):  David W MARKS This seminar paper discusses rental income; lease premiums, incentives and surrender payments; rent guarantees, and capital gains v ordinary income on disposal of property.

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The traps of using super funds as an investment vehicle

Author(s):  Scott HAY-BARTLEM This seminar paper discusses the sole purpose test, taxing trusts as companies, in house assets and prohibition on buying from members.

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Capital allowances

Author(s):  Ash CHOTAI This seminar paper discusses the core provisions of capital allowances, project pools and how to use them, what can be included in the write off for 'black hole' expenditure, balancing adjustments required on cessation of use, UCA and consolidation, future depreciation of new buildings and structures, and use of quantity surveyors.

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GST two years on

Author(s):  Craig CAVANAGH This seminar paper provides an analysis of the continuing GST issues affecting property transactions.

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Stamp duty

Author(s):  Graeme KEAY This seminar paper discusses discretionary trusts, provides an overview of land-rich provisions, tips and traps, listed and wholesale trusts.

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