Karen is a Senior Manager in the People & Change strategy team that sits within the Corporate Finance division of Pitcher Partners Melbourne. Karen has worked in a variety of HR roles for significant Australian organisations, gaining in-depth experience across a broad range of HR focus areas. This experience includes, but is not limited to, … Continued
A particular interest is Treasury’s quarterly data on the value of foreign investment in Australia which varies significantly when comparing approved commercial investments and approved residential real estate investments.
The Victorian Treasurer unexpectedly announced further significant changes for Victorian property taxes on 3 October 2023, after already introducing significant changes in May 2023 when the Victorian State Budget for 2023-24 was handed down. In this article, we explain what the changes are, what the changes could mean for you, and what you may need to do in light of the changes, many of which are proposed to start in just over 2 months.
The Victorian government has announced a new tax expansion on vacant and undeveloped properties, with Treasurer Tim Pallas announcing the reform act at property breakfast yesterday.
In this article, we explain the key duty and land tax changes proposed in the NSW budget which are set out in the Treasury and Revenue Legislation Amendment Bill (‘the Bill’) and discuss what taxpayers can do to prepare for the changes.
A promised housing package from the Victorian Government could see a range of changes to short stay accommodation . A debated ‘Airbnb tax’ is just one, imposing levies and yearly caps on short stay property use . Reducing some land taxes and other fees could encourage landowners to make vacant dwellings available for longer term rent.
Build to Rent (BTR) is an established sector in the USA (estimated at 12% of residential housing) and has over the last decade blossomed in the UK (currently estimated at 5% of residential housing).
Lirize is a Client Director in our Tax Advisory division with over 15 years of experience. She has experience working as a transfer pricing specialist, where she worked closely and collaboratively with the client teams across various areas of the business, to help clients proactively manage their transfer pricing risk and reporting obligations. Lirize joined … Continued
The ATO recently finalised its guidance (Taxation Ruling TR 2023/2) on when it considers labour costs incurred specifically for constructing and creating capital assets to be capital in nature and therefore not deductible under section 8-1 of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1997.
Paul specialises in providing personal and business wealth protection through life and disability insurance advice for professionals, entrepreneurs, and business owners. With over 10 years in the insurance industry, together with his previous experience across a range of industries, Paul has built a strong knowledge of the diverse insurance requirements and personalised solutions required for … Continued