Categories for Mixed Use Property

11/8/2020
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Subdivider concession application REMINDER RevenueWA wishes to remind all landowners that applications for the subdivider concession close    31 August 2020. Early lodgment of the application form will ensure we can consider the concession when issuing assessments. Important The subdivider concession is a one-year concession from land tax. For the 2020–21 tax year, the concession applies to qualifying residential lots that were subdivided between 1 July 2019 and 30 June 2020. Owners of these lots can pay land tax (and metropolitan...

Biosecurity and Agricultural Management (BAM) Act and Settlement

6/4/2020
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Biosecurity and Agriculture Management Act 2007 Western Australia’s defences against potentially devastating pests and diseases were strengthened with the Biosecurity and Agriculture Management Act 2007 (BAM Act) coming into effect on 1 May 2013. What the BAM Act does. The BAM Act and associated regulations were enacted on 1 May 2013. The new BAM Act takes the place of 16 older Acts and 27 sets of regulations with one Act and nine sets of regulations and enhances protection of the...

GST at Settlement Update

9/6/2018
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GST UpdateReview of the GST at settlement measureNow that the GST measure has been operating for 6 weeks the ATO have put together a Process Review Document HEREATO invite interested parties to be part of a Webinar: GST at settlement – Process guidance and common questions – Thursday 6 September  2-3pmThis webinar will focus on the GST at settlement process for purchasers and suppliers. We will also cover some of the issues we have identified with forms received so far and...

Listed, Sold or buying a property market value of $2 mil. or over?-ATO clearance certificate is required!

26/7/2016
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Contracts dated 1 July 16 on wards, will have the new requirements on ALL transactions with market value of $2 million or over.  Unless the Seller provides an Australian Taxation Office (ATO) ‘clearance certificate’ for each registered proprietors name (matched to the title) to the buyer 2 business days prior to settlement (-timing subject to REIWA special condition).Then the Buyer must withhold 10% of the Purchase price (more specifically the ‘First element of the cost base’-Capital Gains Tax defined term)...