Hi All, I really hope I'm not repeating a thread here - I have done some searching though can't find anything addressing this exactly... So the scenario is: -I have a company XYZ Pty Ltd that has over the years made a loss. -On the other hand I have an investment property that I want to sell. Though if sold it would make big capital gains and hence incur a significant CGT - is there any way that somehow, I can offset personal capital gain against the business loss? Some ideas I've had though finding it hard to get exact info on it are possibly donating the IP to the business? Or is it possible to convert a PTY LTD into a sole trader status and essentially turn that loss into a personal one? Or in the sale of a property, can one arrange the sale proceeds to be paid into a business while the title deeds transfer over in the normal fashion? Trying to think outside of the box here since I'm aware under normal circumstances this isn't possible to do. So any suggestions are more than welcome! Thank you all.