Published on 04 Apr 08
by QUEENSLAND DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
Note: This paper is designed to be used in conjunction with the The atypical (property) development presentation.
This paper presents a case study that was used across all sessions in the seminar. It does not contain "answers" - see the The atypical (property) development presentation for a discussion of the issues raised. Issues adressed via this case study, that advisors need to be aware of when advising at the various stages of the property development lifecycle, included:
- income tax
- goods and services tax
- stamp duty
- legal implications.
Philip is a founding director of PPM Tax & Legal Pty Ltd, a boutique indirect tax firm based in Brisbane. Philip has over 17 years of specialist experience in stamp duties and payroll tax (for all states and territories). He advises clients on mergers and acquisitions, group restructures, payroll tax audits, exemption applications and exclusion orders. Formerly from the Queensland Office of State Revenue and some of the Big 4 global firms, Philip also specialises in operations taxes, such as customs duties, fuel tax and long service leave levies for multinational corporate groups, regional businesses and other professional practices. Current at 24 November 2014
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Matthew is a Partner with Deacons Lawyers Current at 04 April 2008
Antony Windle ATI
Tony is a GST specialist who has practised solely in
GST matters since 1999. With experience at big four and second
tier, Tony is experienced in providing commercial GST advice across
all market segments. With considerable experience in M&A and a
focus on resources and energy projects, Tony has also run the GST
function for clients when planning, completing and integrating
large-scale infrastructure deals. Current at 27 August 2012
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Melanie Leis CTA
Melanie is a Director for PricewaterhouseCoopers Current at 04 April 2008
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