Month: July 2017

Living Estate Planning

Property Inheritance – CGT Implications

Since the introduction of capital gains tax in September 1985 if you inherit a dwelling or other property and later sell or otherwise dispose of it, capital gains tax may apply to either the deceased estate or yourself as beneficiary.

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Property

UPDATE – Withholding tax on property sales

Last year we wrote an article detailing the new withholding tax introduced for properties sold to foreign residents.  For any property sold for more than $2 million after 1 July 2016, the purchaser had an obligation to withhold 10% of the sale price.

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Lending & Finance

How redraw works and why it’s a handy loan feature

It’s one of the less glamorous home loan features, but the redraw facility deserves a second look. Here’s why:

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Strategic Financial Advice

Global political risks one year on from Brexit – what have we learned?

Leave Campaign wins the Referendum. It's now 12 months since the British voted to leave the European Union, an event that some saw as setting off a domino effect of other European countries looking to do the same.

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