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Tax and the City - Property Development

Published on 29 Jul 2008 | Took place at Hilton on the Park, Melbourne , VIC

Property developer clients are unique because they have income tax, GST and cash flow challenges unlike any other client, which can be a frustrating experience for an accountant. How can an accountant know that he or she is asking the right questions?

This event was aimed at accountancy practitioners and their staff with property developer clients, legal practitioners and financial planners and advisors. It gave delegates a chance to hear (from an experienced accountant and active property developer) about the latest income tax and GST changes in property developments and structuring property developments, but more importantly, what a developer expects from an accountant and what an accountant expects from a developer.

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Individual sessions

GST and property

Author(s):  Ross THORPE

This paper covers:

  • margin scheme and partnerships
  • input tax supplies of residential properties
  • GST and subdivisions
  • reversing GST-free going concern transactions - how can it happen?
  • impact of the Toyama, Reliance Carpet, and Brady King decisions
  • agreements for lease and going concern.
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Structuring property developments: Some tax challenges

Author(s):  Leigh BARING

This presentation covers:

  • how to account for income tax on long term projects
  • tax issues for mums and dads - subdividing and developing the backyard
  • tax issues for small developers - when is a development on revenue or capital account
  • stamp duty considerations.
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Structuring property development

Author(s):  Simon TISHER

This paper covers:

  • different types of arrangements available for developers
  • to JV or not to JV, that is the question!
  • what is a non-entity joint venture for tax purposes?
  • unique GST and tax issues in relation to general law and tax law partnerships.
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Property development: Accountant and developer

Author(s):  Sam PAVANO This presentation covers the experiences of Sam Pavano involving a recent development he has undertaken. Sam identifies specific issues as both an accountant and a developer and gives his perspective on precisely what a developer wants from an accountant and what an accountant wants from a developer to properly prepare income tax returns.

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