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Australian real estate investment trusts (AREITS)
On balance, the outlook for the sector is mixed, so we recommend that investors retain a modest underweight exposure.
Australia
21 Oct 2014
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New reporting requirements for building & construction industry taxpayers
The ATO is reminding contractors in the building and construction industry to take extra care with this year's returns.
Australia
 
19 Aug 2013
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The twisted conundrum of commercial residential property and GST
A series of cases from the development and sale of Manly units has left developers, advisers and the ATO all confused.
Australia
11 Feb 2013
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Property Industry Update- Federal Budget
The new tax measures announced in the budget will only have a minor impact on the property industry. However the new reporting requirements for construction contractors will increase the administration burden on developers and construction companies. We also await further guidance on the scope of ‘eligible infrastructure projects’ for the purposes of the relaxed loss rules to determine the impact of the rules on the property industry.
Australia
12 May 2011
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Consultation paper released on tax breaks for Green Buildings
On 20 January 2011, the Government released a consultation paper on the proposed Tax Breaks for Green Buildings program. From 1 July 2011, businesses investing in eligible assets or capital works which successfully improve the energy efficiency of their existing buildings from 2 stars or lower to 4 stars or higher (in accordance with NABERS Energy rating protocols) will be eligible for a once-off bonus tax deduction of 50 per cent of the cost of the improvements. The initiative is aimed at enc
Australia
1 Feb 2011
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Recent AAT Case Causes Concern To Developers Claiming GST Credits On Construction Costs
The ATO recently released GSTR 2009/4: New residential premises and adjustments for change in creditable purpose.
Australia
 
12 Aug 2009
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Rejuvenating Inner City Areas
During his 2008 Budget speech, the Minister of Finance, Trevor Manuel, announced that the Urban Renewal Tax Incentive that was introduced in 2004, will be extended for another five years until March 2014.
South Africa
30 Apr 2009
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Assistance For The Real Estate Market During The Economic Slowdown
The current economic slowdown has prompted many real estate developers to consider holding back developments. In order to assist the developers, the Government has announced measures which will give the developers more flexibility to stage the construction and sale of their projects in accordance with market conditions.
Australia
 
29 Apr 2009
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Attractive Incentives For Businesses In Australia
In the midst of the current global economic downturn, the Australian Government is providing significant stimulus to the domestic economy by providing some attractive incentives and initiatives for businesses in Australia.
Australia
29 Apr 2009
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Federal And State Green Building Initiatives
In the commercial market, federal government incentives are offered to owners or leaseholders who develop energy-efficient commercial buildings.
United States
9 Jun 2008
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Property Development: What Is The Cost Of My Trading Stock?
‘Hot’ property markets in a number of states have bought the issue of the calculation of taxable profits into focus.
Australia
5 Dec 2007
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