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GST and stamp duty issues that trip up SME clients and are the focus of current ATO and SRO scrutiny paper

Published on 22 Nov 11 by VICTORIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper covers:

  • sub-sales provisions
  • change in underlying ownership - Land rich provisions
  • off-the-plan
  • partition concession - Duty
  • partition concession - GST
  • holding new residential premises
  • margin scheme
  • going concern
  • GST treatment of options.

Author profiles:

Andrew Spalding
Andrew Spalding, FTIA, is a Partner in the Tax Group at Norton Rose. Andrew advises a wide range of clients including privately held and publicly listed entities, accounting intermediaries, charitable and not-for-profit organisations and high net worth individuals on all aspects of tax and revenue law. In addition to advising on income tax, GST and FBT matters, Andrew has a particular specialisation in both employee share schemes and the stamp duty implications of business and property transactions across all Australian jurisdictions. Current at 27 July 2011 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Andrew SPALDING.
 
Adam Smith
Adam is a Lawyer with Minter Ellison. Current at 12 April 2011 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Adam Smith.
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Property: The top 10 income tax issues that trip up SME clients

Author(s):  Andy Briggs,  Samantha Morris

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GST and stamp duty issues that trip up SME clients and are the focus of current ATO and SRO scrutiny

Author(s):  Adam Smith,  Andrew SPALDING

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