Property Income tax 2017

Inbound real estate investment - How to avoid getting burnt

Source: New South Wales

Published Date: 14 Nov 2017


This presentation covers:

  • common structures adopted for inbound investment
  • the use of related party debt for inbound structures and PCG 2017/D4
  • the use of stapled structures
  • the interaction between FIRB and the ATO.

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Inbound real estate investment - How to avoid getting burnt

Author(s): Chris Aboud CTA , Daniel Sydes


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