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Property Intensive 2010

Published on 03 Sep 2010 | Took place at The Arts Centre, Surfers Paradise , QLD

Given the continued growth of the South East Queensland property market, as well as ongoing tax changes in the property industry, this annual intensive continues to be a must-attend event for every practitioner advising this important market segment.

Topics covered followed the lifecycle of a multi-purpose development, including:

  • acquisition and ownership structures
  • financing issues
  • construction and development phase issues
  • valuation
  • changes to land tax
  • disposal and continued use
This year’s event focused upon emerging issues facing the property sector, as well as the ATO approach to compliance and interpretation. Presented by leading tax experts in this area, each session focused on the practicalities of balancing the commercial outcomes of the development, against the management of tax risk.

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

Individual sessions

Getting the choice of structure right

Author(s):  William (Bill) D THOMPSON This paper covers:

  • choosing a structure
  • contract methods
  • contracts ending
  • conditional contracts.
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Construction and development phase

Author(s):  Ash CHOTAI This paper covers:

  • derivation of income
  • trading stock
  • 'traditional' development funding arrangements
  • construction funding by self-managed superannuation funds
  • Islamic finance.
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Land tax and stamp duty update

Author(s):  Steven PATERSON This paper covers:

  • a brief history of the calculation of unimproved value in Queensland
  • Land Valuation Bill 2010 (QLD)(LVB) - valuation methodology for 2011 and beyond
  • other matters in the LVB
  • changes to Queensland land tax
  • duty update.
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Non-tax technical session: Valuations

Author(s):  Chris Kogler This presentation covers:

  • valuations
  • why SEQ has slowed
  • implications
  • changes for greenfill sites
  • renovations.
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Income tax and GST issues associated with operations and disposals of real estate

Author(s):  Stephen HEALEY,  Andrew Compton This paper covers:

  • income tax
  • GST.
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