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Main residence and CGT paper

Published on 15 Feb 13 by SOUTH AUSTRALIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

Everyone assumes that selling the main residence will be tax free. But it may not be! There may be some nasty surprises. This practical paper uses case studies to discuss problems faced when applying the Main Residence Exemption in the following areas:

  • subdividing the family home
  • adjacent land – the two hectare rule
  • deceased estates, including testamentry trusts
  • inherited dwellings.

Author profile:

Karen Gregor CTA
Karen is a Senior Manager in Edwards Marshall's Business Consulting and Taxation Divisions. Karen has advised clients across many areas and is always seeking the most tax-effective approach, depending on individual circumstances. She has helped many clients deal with difficult areas of taxation law, including GST and CGT and helps clients with their management reporting, cash flow forecasts and budgeting. She works with clients throughout the life cycle of their business by advising them during its establishment and operation, then, if necessary, working on exit strategies and winding up. Current at 01 October 2015
 

This was presented at South Australian 6th Annual Property Day.

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