Articles by Matthew Gilligan
Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Labour intend to ring fence property losses to future property income. This will send thousands of investors broke fast. Take investors tax refunds away, property values crash. This is well documented overseas. Sweden property values dropped 35% when they ring fenced losses and the following govt reversed the policy, with values immediately there after recovering.  ... Read Article

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Sunday Rant...

Labour intend to ring fence property losses to future property income. This will send thousands of investors broke fast. Take investors tax refunds away, property values crash. This is well documented overseas. Sweden property values dropped 35% when they ring fenced losses and the following govt reversed the policy, with values immediately there after recovering.  ... Read Article

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Many of our clients come to us because they are not getting advice or they are not satisfied with advice they are receiving from other accountants.  In recent times the tax changes introduced by the National Government regarding property investors have created quite a stir and presented some challenges to investors in regard to making a decision as to whether to (a) convert their LAQC (Loss Attributing Qualifying Company) to a Look Through Company (LTC); (b) remain a QC (ie LAQC without ability to attribute losses); (c) revert to "ordinary" company status; or (d) migrate out of the company into individual ownership of the assets.  ... Read Article

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Tax Changes - Are you making a mistake with LTCs

Many of our clients come to us because they are not getting advice or they are not satisfied with advice they are receiving from other accountants.  In recent times the tax changes introduced by the National Government regarding property investors have created quite a stir and presented some challenges to investors in regard to making a decision as to whether to (a) convert their LAQC (Loss Attributing Qualifying Company) to a Look Through Company (LTC); (b) remain a QC (ie LAQC without ability to attribute losses); (c) revert to "ordinary" company status; or (d) migrate out of the company into individual ownership of the assets.  ... Read Article

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

In our last newsletter I talked about the new zero rating rules that apply to land transactions between two GST registered parties.  In this edition I’m going to look at the new apportionment rules that were brought in at the same time and apply from 1 April 2011 with certain exceptions.  First a bit of background.  ... Read Article

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Recent GST Changes

In our last newsletter I talked about the new zero rating rules that apply to land transactions between two GST registered parties.  In this edition I’m going to look at the new apportionment rules that were brought in at the same time and apply from 1 April 2011 with certain exceptions.  First a bit of background.  ... Read Article

Friday, July 08, 2011

Once again the topic of capital gains tax (CGT) has reared its ugly head.  Speculation is that Labour will unveil a property investment targeted capital gains tax when it announces its tax policy in the next two weeks.  The Greens have thrown their not so considerable economic muscle behind the proposed tax.  In light of this, let’s examine some of the arguments that proponents of CGT put forth:  ... Read Article

Friday, July 08, 2011

Capital Gains Tax

Once again the topic of capital gains tax (CGT) has reared its ugly head.  Speculation is that Labour will unveil a property investment targeted capital gains tax when it announces its tax policy in the next two weeks.  The Greens have thrown their not so considerable economic muscle behind the proposed tax.  In light of this, let’s examine some of the arguments that proponents of CGT put forth:  ... Read Article

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