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North Queensland property powerbroker launches stern critism of Palaszczuk government

North Queensland property identity holds no prisoners North Queensland property industry identity and outgoing North Queensland Cowboys Chairman, Lawrence Lancini has launch a bevy of criticism at the Palaszczuk Labor government over its handling of the regional Queensland economy. Consistent with the analytical assessment by this publication over the past decade, Mr

Selling your business – tips on getting resources ready

Selling your business

Selling your business Maximising value We have found through experience that many businesses have reduced the profitability of the business for tax reasons and, if this is the case, the true value of the business will not be clear from the financial records when selling your business. This creates a significant problem when

Property developers targeted for ‘phoenixing’ by federal government

Property developers acquiesce to GST remittance

Taxation legislation mitigating property developers burdens residential buyers Property developers acquiescing to proper and timely GST remittance has prompted the federal government to strengthen taxation compliance in order to secure revenues to the Australian Taxation Office (ATO), presenting a new Bill to the parliament that delivers on the government's 2017-2018 Budget

Taxing empty homes: a step towards affordable housing, but much more can be done

Housing affordability strategy proposed housing tax by University Director and development sustainability

Vacant housing rates are rising in our major cities. Across Australia on census night, 11.2% of housing was recorded as unoccupied – a total of 1,089,165 dwellings. With housing affordability stress also intensifying, the moment for a push on empty property taxes looks to have arrived. The 2016 Census showed empty property numbers up by 19% in Melbourne

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