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State Budget Tax Changes

State Budget Tax Changes

As part of its 2021-22 state budget, the Victorian government announced some important changes to stamp duty, land tax and payroll tax. It also surprised the property industry by announcing a new windfall gains tax on increases in a property’s value as a result of a re-zoning event. These changes impact a wide range of Victorian taxpayers, including employers, landlords, property developers and investors as well as home buyers.

This webinar is presented by our Pitcher Partners experienced experts, Partner Craig Whatman, Client Directors Irina Tan and Elena Bogomolova, and Manager Jessica Gahang. They will provide details of the changes and will work through some practical examples of their application over coming years.

The information presented in this webinar was accurate at the time of recording, 8 June 2021.
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