Third Annual Property Taxation Symposium - Day 2 Only
Wednesday 17 October 2018

Swissotel, Sydney
-154 DAYS
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With Australia’s property market entering a state of instability, the tax and regulatory issues facing advisors have never been greater. This conference examines many of the key tax issues which are front of mind for property developers and their advisors, including the recent vacant land and land banking reforms, tax issues with securing development rights and the challenges with using SMSFs for property development. This year’s event also includes a deep-dive into GST and property issues, with a focus on the margin scheme, GST adjustments, as well as the new GST withholding regime.  It also provides in-depth coverage of the ATO’s recent draft policy on property development and its impact on advisors.

This registration option allows you to attend Day 2 of the symposium only.

Day 2:  17 October 2018

A Deep Dive into GST and Property

  • GST Withholding for New Residential Premises: A Practical Primer
  • Dodging the Traps with the Margin Scheme
  • GST Adjustments and Change of Purpose
  • Broadacre Developments: The GST Rules are Easy, or are they?

Simone Bridges, Partner, Baker & McKenzie, Sydney

David Marks, Barrister, Queensland Bar, Brisbane

Ross Higgins, Partner, Mills Oakley, Melbourne

Matthew Cridland, Partner, K&L Gates, Sydney


Last year 60% of respondents were very satisfied with the conference and 40% were quite satisfied, yielding an overall result for the event of 4.6 out of 5, a very good result.

  • Organised and good content, well presented.
  • Small group - open discussion.
  • I liked the advanced topics and the assumption that base knowledge was a given.
  • Very satisfied with the quality of the presenters and their knowledge.
If you need assistance or have an enquiry, please do not hesitate to contact our Conference Coordinator, Jenna Pickrell on (03) 96702055 or email:
Product Code: SPTOCT18D2
 Price:   $1,072.50 (Inclusive of GST)
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