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Indirect tax for inbound investors paper

Published on 30 May 19 by QUEENSLAND DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper covers:

  • key differences between duty on direct acquisitions and indirect acquisitions, foreign purchaser surcharge duty and land tax
  • stamp duty traps on common commercial transactions.

 

Author profiles

Melanie Shaw
Melanie is a Senior Associate in the Tax group of King & Wood Mallesons. Based in Brisbane, she advises on a wide range of income tax and indirect tax matters for Australian and international clients. Melanie also has six years experience as a tax adviser in the UK for a US law firm. She is a member of The Tax Institute’s Queensland Professional Development Committee. - Current at 24 July 2019
Katrina Parkyn ATI
Photo of author, Katrina PARKYN Katrina is a Partner in the Tax group at King & Wood Mallesons. Based in Brisbane, she routinely advises on transactions Australia-wide across a broad spectrum of income tax, stamp duty and GST issues. Her experience includes advising on major infrastructure, resources and funds management. - Current at 26 June 2019
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This was presented at 2019 Queensland Tax Forum .

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