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Key Australian taxation changes for New Zealand citizens

Key Australian taxation changes for New Zealand citizens

By McInnes Wilson Lawyers, 11 Oct 2023

Are you a New Zealand citizen (or member of a related entity) that has purchased residential-related property or land in New South Wales (NSW)? Are you a New Zealand citizen that is considering becoming an Australian citizen?

If so, there are certain new/revised measures and interpretations of the law and associated guidance which may have a significant impact on your Australian taxation position.

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