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Real property tax issues paper

Published on 25 Aug 16 by NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper covers:

  • capital works (Division 43)
  • depreciating assets (Division 40)
  • alternative facts 1: building has existing Division 43 entitlements
  • alternative facts 2: demolition
  • disposal issues
  • NALI issues.

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Richard Friend CTA
Richard spent most of the first 23 years of his professional career in Brisbane in the tax practice of Andersen and then Ernst & Young. He now operates a tax consulting business through Balena Tassa Pty Ltd. Richard has particular expertise in tax and related structuring issues for the private client market. Most of his work is done by way of consulting to, and providing training for, accountants and lawyers around Australia who operate in these areas. - Current at 19 May 2017
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