Miscellaneous 2003

Taxing Property Transactions

Source: Victoria

Published Date: 27 Nov 2003

This presentation covers the following issues:
- when should proceeds from property sales be treated as income and when should they be treated as capital gains?
- can a property seller still distinguish between a 'mere realisation' of a capital asset versus a profit making scheme or a business operation?
- when does a property owner become a developer for tax purposes?
- does a one off property development constitute an 'enterprise' for GST purposes and when must GST be paid?

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Individual Session

Taxing Property Transactions

Author(s): Keith Harvey FTI


  • Published By: Keith Harvey FTI
  • Published On:27 Nov 2003
  • Took place at:Leonda by the Yarra, Hawthorn

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Miscellaneous 2003

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