We don’t have regular large sums of money to pay land tax. I’ve spoken with the Office of State Revenue and they simply say we are a 'company' – so we must pay.
A foreign resident for tax purposes includes Australian citizens and permanent residents who are not tax residents of Australia
"It would be devastating to find out when we want to sell that we didn't live in the property long enough and have missed out on the exemption"
Did I have to physically move back into the house in Melbourne at the time of sale? I have received conflicting views.
Most pensioners keep their family home when becoming residents of an aged-care facility.
I moved into another property, for which I want to claim the main residence exemption, so I am not electing to use the six-year exemption rule.
What are my capital gains tax obligations?
Can I move this loan to my paid-off house, and can I change my residential investment loan into a home loan?
How does that add to or detract from applying the six-year rule?
Are we entitled to CGT exemption if we sell two years down the track?
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