ATO seeks property investors’ input on GST
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ATO seeks property investors’ input on GST

By Staff Reporter
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Anyone who buys, sells, leases or develops property can participate in coming discussions with the Australian Taxation Office about GST and property.

The ATO is hosting a one-hour live chat on Let’s Talk on 21 May at 2:30pm, where technical experts will be online to answer any questions investors and developers may have.

In addition, the real-time event “means you can share your views on meeting GST obligations [and] new or emerging tax issues affecting the property industry, as well as give feedback on things you find confusing and/or in need of improvement”, the ATO said.

You can register for the live chat on the ATO website.

If you can’t make the live chat event, you can participate via the ATO’s property discussion board until 5 June.

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