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Maxing out your main residence claims paper

Published on 27 Aug 09 by VICTORIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper covers:

  • what taxpayers need to do to ensure that they actually have a main residence including how long must they live in it
  • provides some tips in maximising the benefit of the "two hectare" boundary
  • explores opportunities with the six year absence rule
  • through case studies, revisits the partial main residence rules
  • explains how combinations of sections can be used to reduce the gain
  • revisits key points that need to be worked through when sub-dividing the family home.

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Robert Warnock CTA
Rob is a Principal Lawyer at Harwood Andrews, Victoria’s largest firm with a head office based in a regional centre. Rob has over 30 years’ experience in tax advising. Rob helps accountants, businesses and individuals on matters with his areas of practice including trusts, state and federal taxes, tax disputes, business structuring and asset protection. - Current at 29 January 2021
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