Kia ora neighbours, the traffic lights are in sight and we'd love to know what you're most looking forward to once Aucklanders have more freedom. Maybe it's being reunited with family outside Auckland, going to the pub, or just being able to hang out inside a friend's house (and use their loo!). Comment below to share your thoughts - use NFP if you don't want it published - or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Hoping someone has some moving boxes out there they no longer need. Thanks in advance
Exemption for your main home under the bright line tax is full of fish hooks .
One example is:
Often clients assume because they are “now living in it” their home (previously rented) is exempt.
When using Trusts the main home exemption rules can be blurred. It is very important you check with your Tax Advisor so that settlement on sale or purchase happens correctly. Done incorrectly there are significant taxation liabilities.
If you would like some independent advice or need an Accountant please call us.