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Significant Tax Developments Affecting the Property Industry

Significant Tax Developments Affecting the Property Industry

Date & TimeFriday 06 March 2020 12.30–1.30pm
Format Webinar
Price

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$88.00

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$121.00

CPD Units 1
  • Professional Skills
  • Substantive Law
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The broad reach and impact of federal taxes and state duties on real property transactions means that staying abreast of tax legislation and rulings, and being able to assuredly identify and interpret their myriad effects, is vital for both practitioners and clients alike.

In this webinar, a member of Counsel who acts for both taxpayers and the Commissioner of Taxation will cover their recent experiences dealing with some of the significant tax developments affecting the property industry.

Further details below.

Further Details

  • Full Description

    The broad reach and impact of federal taxes and state duties on real property transactions means that staying abreast of tax legislation and rulings, and being able to assu redly identify and interpret their myriad effects, is vital for both practitioners and clients alike.

    In this webinar, a member of Counsel who acts for both taxpayers and the Commissioner of Taxation will cover their recent experiences dealing with some of the significant tax developments affecting the property industry.

    Topics covered include:

    • Application of new Victorian stamp duty economic entitlement provisions
    • Practical tips about how to address economic entitlements in transactions and potential areas of dispute to look out for
    • Obligations in relation to GST withholding for purchasers
    • Issues giving rise to disputes in the practical application of the GST withholding regime
  • Presenter

    Matthew Meng, Barrister, Victorian Bar

    Matthew specialises in tax and has 10 years of experience in the areas of tax dispute resolution and tax advisory. Matthew's tax advisory experience encompasses both federal and state taxes. Prior to joining the Victorian Bar, he was a Senior Associate in the tax group at King & Wood Mallesons. Matthew holds a Master of Laws specialising in tax law from the University of Melbourne.

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