This week the Government tabled the draft legislation for the proposed property loss ring-fencing rules. And the devil is very much on the detail. Property owners, advisors and anyone else with an interest in property investment will need to get up to speed on the rules - and fast because the rules will apply from the next income year (1 April 2019 for most).
Webinar recordingVital "must know" details on Loss Ring-fencingWebinar recording
- 172.50 NZD incl. GST
Join our 60min webinar next week where PwC Partners and property tax experts Chris Leatham and Todd Stevens will clearly explain, with examples:
- The key aspects of the new property loss ring-fencing rules.
- When the rules will apply and when they won’t.
- What the rules mean for existing properties and structures, and for new acquisitions.
- The impact on family trust that contain a family home and a rental property.
- Practical advice for investors.
Continuing Professional Development
1 hours CPD
Note: please respect our webinars are only available to registered attendees. Each person participating and watching the webinar is required to register.
Chris leads our Financial Advisory Services practice in Wellington. He provides practical business, structuring and tax advice to privately owned businesses. He is a recognised expert in the property industry. A keen runner and tennis player, Chris makes up for his lack of talent with a lot of effort and is currently trying to break 1 hour 30 for a half marathon. He is frustrated by his personal best of 1.30.07!
Todd has been a PwC Partner for over 15 years, and specialises in providing corporate tax advice. He is a member of PwC's Ethics and Business Conduct Committee, and in that role he has assisted PwC's Partners and staff navigate their way through difficult business situations, conflicts and ethical dilemmas. Todd is a strong believer in lunchtime running as he finds fresh air and a break from the office helps to resolve a lot of issues.
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