Mondaq Australia: Tax
Stacks Law Firm
The ATO Commissioner alleged that the declarations amounted to an "alienation of property" designed to defraud creditors.
HopgoodGanim
Companies considering offering renounceable rights issues should be aware of the information in ATO Ruling TR 2017/D3.
Dentons
The Budget measures include a radical plan to shift the responsibility of accounting for GST from property developers to purchasers.
Cooper Grace Ward
Purchasers of residential properties or land in new subdivisions will be required to collect and remit GST to the ATO.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
The budget included measures to address housing affordability but resisted structural changes to the taxation system.
Cooper Grace Ward
Where multiple properties are acquired and consolidated, the GST treatment of the acquisitions may be different.
Holding Redlich
This is a refresher on 2016 changes and how they impact "foreign persons" looking to purchase "residential land" in NSW.
Cooper Grace Ward
This article examines some recent Federal Court cases and comments on potential implications for the current tax regime.
Cooper Grace Ward
The Court ruled that an Uber driver was supplying ‘‘taxi travel'' and was consequently required to register for GST.
McCullough Robertson
Trustees of discretionary or hybrid trusts who purchased or held NSW residential land from 21 June 2016 should read this.
BRI Ferrier
This article explores how construction companies may unlock hidden value in the form of a estimated income tax refund.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
Changes introduced by this double tax treaty will impact current structures and future deals involving German entities.
Cooper Grace Ward
Some 2016 Budget reforms previously announced have now been implemented, but two draft measures have been removed.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
The main incentives include concessions for venture capital entities, concessions for start-ups, and tax offsets for R&D.
Jones Day
In summary, Treasury states that the recharacterisation results in "taxation distortions" and that the federal government "is considering measures which remove the tax advantages of stapled arrangements".
Colin Biggers & Paisley
Primary producers who opt out of income tax averaging will be able to re-enter the tax system after ten years.
Clayton Utz
Infrastructure and stapled property groups, foreign investors and lenders will need to review this consultation paper.
Pointon Partners
Investing in an ESIC can mean a reduction in your overall tax bill, provided the relevant statutory requirements are met.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
New regulations remove barriers to innovation in retirement income stream products to allow more choice for retirees.
Dickinson Wright PLLC
At the end of 2016, a series of bills were enacted into law that allowed library tax increments to be excluded from tax increment capture with respect to a number of authorities.
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Madgwicks
From 1 July 2017, the availability of stamp duty concessions for off-the-plan purchases in Victoria will be restricted.
Holding Redlich
The 2017 Federal Budget delivered significant measures that impact foreign investment and foreign ownership of property.
Dentons
The Budget measures include a radical plan to shift the responsibility of accounting for GST from property developers to purchasers.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
The NSW Government imposed a surcharge on foreign persons for duty and land tax with respect to residential premises.
Cooper Grace Ward
Where multiple properties are acquired and consolidated, the GST treatment of the acquisitions may be different.
TMF Group
From 1 July 2018, all 'substantial employers' in Australia are required to use the Single Touch Payroll system for reporting tax and superannuation.
Holding Redlich
This is a refresher on 2016 changes and how they impact "foreign persons" looking to purchase "residential land" in NSW.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
The budget included measures to address housing affordability but resisted structural changes to the taxation system.
BRI Ferrier
The Budget proposes to shift the responsibility of remitting GST on new residential sales from developers to purchasers.
Cooper Grace Ward
Purchasers of residential properties or land in new subdivisions will be required to collect and remit GST to the ATO.
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