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Tax Q&A

  • Tax Q&A: What is the ‘market valuation rule’

    Oct 01, 2019 Under the ‘market valuation rule’, taxpayers are allowed to calculate the cost base of a property based on the market value at the time a property was first used to produce income

  • Tax Q&A: Are any exemptions available to me? Sep 25, 2019

    Establishing a property as a main residence (MR) by occupying it immediately after purchase will make it exempt from capital gains tax when the property is later sold as a main residence

  • Tax Q&A: Trading loss against gain Sep 02, 2019

    Can I use a capital loss from residential property to off set the capital gain on shares?

  • Tax Q&A: What are our capital gains obligations? Aug 31, 2019

    Your main residence (your home) is usually exempt from capital gains tax. As a general rule, a dwelling ceases being your main residence once you stop living in it. The dwelling can continue being treated as your main residence for CGT purposes as follows:

  • Tax Q&A: CGT exemption Aug 30, 2019

    Australian tax residents are generally entitled to a full capital gains tax (CGT) exemption for their main residence, subject to some conditions.

  • Tax Q&A: Exposure to Capital Gains Tax Aug 30, 2019

    As soon as you move into your investment property the exposure to capital gains tax (CGT) is frozen.​​​​​​​

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