I doubt it.
You should look at the relevant duties act for the state you are thinking of buying in.
What is the point in capitalising interest if you are not claiming it?
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I would suggest you get a second opinion on the deductibility of interest and Part IVA. If you have an appropriate private ruling, which...
Did they give you tax advice?
It is likely the capitalised interest is not deductible.
Barnoid why are you capitalising interest?
If the conveyancer stated this you should ask them why they recommend it.
The vendor doesn't hold it in super, the superfund is the vendor.
At the very least you would want to make sure the nabtrade account has no cash in it when the borrowed money goes in.
- buy an option
- do a JV
all without owning the property.
assuming you are a resident, if you move back in after 6 years it will be subject to CGT, but apportioned as in my link. any CG may be small in...
Hope your accountant is licenced to provide this advice. If he is ask him about how capital growth shares could help. You could harvest capital...
but assuming you are a resident this may be of interest:
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6 year rule is to be abolished for non-residents so possible none of the above is correct
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