Property Miscellaneous 2016

Capital v. income dichotomy: When profit making by sale not as profitable as first thought!

Source: Victoria

Published Date: 26 Oct 2016


This presentation covers:

  • the income - capital dichotomy
  • some of the implications of one characterisation compared to another
  • some strategies designed to enhance prospects of profits being on capital account
  • the we will go through some examples where we have to make a call on revenue or capital account.

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Capital v income dichotomy when profit making by sale not as profitable as first thought!

Author(s): Leigh Baring CTA


  • Published By: Leigh Baring CTA
  • Published On:26 Oct 2016
  • Took place at:Melbourne Town Hall, Melbourne

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Property Miscellaneous 2016

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