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Tax Structuring for SME Property Developers

Published on 06 Oct 2011 | Took place at Parkroyal, Parramatta, NSW

As the property industry has grown, so too has the number and, at times, the complexity of structures by which taxpayers can choose to make their property developments. There are many alternatives ranging from traditional direct property developments to joint venture developments.

As tax can be a considerable “cost” in any property development, choosing the best structure for each development is an important matter to get right from the outset – once properties have been acquired and/or development work has commenced, changing the structure can be a costly exercise.

There is no one ideal structure for property developments – every project will be different. This event specifically focused on income tax issues facing SME property developers and the matters that should be considered upfront.

This event was also run in Sydney on the 4th of October.

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

Individual sessions

Breakfast club tax update

Author(s):  Todd Want

This presentation covers:

  • cases:
    • Syttadel and Holdings Pty Ltd v Commissioner of Taxation
    • Venturi v Commissioner of Taxation
    • Venturi v Commissioner of Taxation.
Materials from this session:

Tax structuring for SME property developers

Author(s):  Tony NUNES

This presentation covers:

  • some basic concepts:
    • income vs capital
    • sales on revenue account
  • tax implications for developers developing owned land:
    • revenue account treatment
    • land as trading stock
    • financing
  • investment structures:
    • factors to consider
    • tax attributes of investment entities
    • typical structures
  • development agreements - Developing land owned by others.
Materials from this session: