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Briefing Note: Land Tax Aggregation Changes

The 2019-20 South Australian State Budget proposed changes to the land tax aggregation - that is, the way land tax is calculated where a person or entity owns multiple properties. The Briefing Note explains the changes which essentially close a loophole used to avoid paying land tax. The changes will contribute an estimated $40m per year to state revenue to pay for vital services.

Download: Briefing Note - Proposed Changes to Land Tax Aggregation

Published Date: 
Tuesday, 9 July 2019