30 Jan, 2019

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There have been recent changes to GST laws that affect real property sale contracts.

In this episode of Tax Yak, host Robyn Jacobson yaks with Webb Martin Consulting director Simon Calabria about these contracts and the increasing role of tax-related clauses and what they mean for suppliers and vendors entering into sale contracts.

They discuss a range of issues, including GST clauses and standard form contracts generally, and the more recent additions of specific clauses to cater for law changes, such as for the residential withholding rules and foreign resident capital gains withholding rules.

Host: Robyn Jacobson

Guest: Simon Calabria

Recorded: 21 January 2019


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