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Webinar: Structuring Tax-Effective Property Transactions

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With almost three quarters of Australians owning real property, clients will be turning to you – their accountant – to discuss the structuring and tax implications of disposal, sub-division or development opportunities.

Below is the recording of a webinar which was hosted by Redchip and Acis Tax Events on Thursday 30th March 2017. The presentation discusses practical case studies to ensure your clients get the most out of their property transactions.


**Please note that this webinar refers to MT 2000/1, which has since been replaced by MT 2006/1. The examples highlighted throughout the presentation remain factual and relevant.

The above webinar is based on the Structuring Tax-Effective Property Transactions seminar paper. You can download the full paper here.

If you have any queries regarding the contents of the paper or recording, please contact tax@redchip.com.au or phone us on 07 3223 6100.

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