Accounting and Tax

Controversial tax changes - does residential property still make dollars & sense?

Ryan Watt
13 April 2021
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13 April 2021

Findex New Zealand Tax Advisory Partners Daniel Gibbons and Ryan Watt, and Wealth Partner Craig Smith, present our webinar 'Controversial tax changes - does residential property still make dollars and sense?'

They'll discuss the recent controversial tax changes announced by the NZ government that took effect on 27 March 2021. Given the extension to the Bright-line rule to 10 years and the removal of interest deductibility from residential rental income, many residential property owners are left wondering what their options are.

Author: Ryan Watt | Partner

Ryan is committed to helping clients make wise decisions about their business and taxation needs. He is driven to provide tailored and timely advice that cuts through the complexity and provides a commercial and practical outcome. Before joining Findex, Ryan was in the transaction services team of a leading Big 4 firm, advising clients on the tax implications of large transactions. Ryan’s clients range from individuals and trusts to privately owned New Zealand companies and multi-national groups, to whom he provides a broad spectrum general tax matters, property tax, international tax, M&A/transaction services and trans-Tasman tax.