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Property development and tax

September 2, 2019

The ATO seems to be always looking over the shoulder of property developers to make sure they are complying with their tax obligations.

 

The considerations facing the ATO can include whether an agreement to develop and sell land is a "mere realisation" or a disposal either in the course of a business or as part of a profit making undertaking or plan.

 

A "mere realisation" is a sale on capital account to which the capital gains tax (CGT) rules will generally apply. Landholders will usually seek this treatment if they can access CGT concessions (for example, applying the appropriate CGT discount or the small business CGT concessions) or the property is a pre-CGT asset.

 

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