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Structuring property ventures presentation


This presentation covers:

  • sale of property - Capital v revenue?
  • owner/builder
  • developer - Someone else’s land
  • property developers
  • changing structures with change in intention.

Author profile:

Jo-anne Hotston CTA
Jo-Anne Hotston, CTA, is a Director of TaxBytes, a specialised tax training business. She is also a Tax Director of Bentleys NSW. Jo-anne is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a Chartered Tax Adviser of The Tax Institute, and holds a Masters of Taxation from the University of Sydney. Jo-anne has been providing tax training to accounting and legal firms since 1994. She provides monthly tax training to a number of accounting firms throughout Australia from first tier down to smaller firms. Current at 21 October 2015 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Jo-anne HOTSTON.

This was presented at NSW 5th Annual Tax Forum.

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