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Tax, Bricks & Mortar - Latest Issues for SMEs and Property Investors

Published on 22 Jul 2011 | Took place at Sydney Harbour Marriott, Sydney , NSW

Property is often one of the biggest investments that your clients will make, and this is an area that is always changing.

This event covered topics such as:

  • tax and property update
  • GST and residential premises – whether you’re subdividing your backyard or converting a hotel or office building to units, or anything in between, this has been a moving feast since GST came in nearly 11 years ago, and the changes keep on coming
  • MIT property investments – As MITs get their own set of tax rules, the structuring of property investments has many pitfalls and needs careful planning
  • tax considerations for new, and not so new, property developers
  • self managed super funds – Borrowing to fund property investments through super still seems to be flavour of the month, but it has to be done right
  • open panel discussion – These and other topics will be brought to life using case studies to discuss many of the issues that often arise in practice
  • land tax and stamp duty.
Please note Peter Bobbin's (session 5) materials can be downloaded from the 4th Annual Tax Forum on delivered on the 19th May 2011.

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Individual sessions

Land tax and stamp duty

Author(s):  Andrew RIDER

This paper covers:

  • land tax update
  • duties update.
Materials from this session:

Tax considerations for new (and not so new) property developers

Author(s):  Scott MCGILL

This paper covers:

  • distinction between revenue & capital + issues on enterprise & GST
  • specific GST issues.
Materials from this session:

What's happening in the MIT world?

Author(s):  Simon CLARK,  Angela Danieletto

This paper covers:

  • what is a MIT?
  • requirements for MIT treatment
  • other issues.
Materials from this session:

GST and the evolution of the definition of residential premises

Author(s):  Michael CATTERALL

This paper covers:

  • why is the concept of 'residential premises' important in GST?
  • the legislative definition of “residential premises”.


Materials from this session: