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Property - Capital versus revenue distinction presentation

Published on 23 May 19 by NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This presentation covers:

  • sale of property - revenue or capital?
  • general principles
  • small scale “developments”
  • what’s not covered in this presentation – GST and stamp duty.

Author profile

Jo-anne Hotston CTA
Jo-anne is a director of TaxBytes, a Knowledge Shop Company, which is a specialised in house tax training business. She is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a Charted Tax Adviser of The Tax Institute and holds a Masters in Taxation from the University of Sydney. Jo-anne has been providing tax training to accounting and legal firms since 1994 from first tier firms down to smaller firms. She provides monthly tax training to a number of accounting firms throughout Australia. She has had extensive experience as a presenter in taxation matters and has been a regular presenter for the ICAA and TTI. - Current at 10 January 2019
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This was presented at NSW 12th Annual Tax Forum .

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Property - Capital versus revenue distinction

Author(s):  Jo-anne HOTSTON

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