These Are The Taxes You Should Know When Invest In Singapore Property

Singapore is one of the favorite place for property investors in Asia. On a global scale, Singapore is also scores well as a form of wealth preservation due to its friendly investment environment. Most of the people jump into property investment field because they can get a significant profit from either capital appreciation and rental … Read more

Guidelines On Real Property Gains Tax (RPGT) In Malaysia

What is RPGT? Real Property Gains Tax also known as RPGT, is a form of Capital Gains Tax that is chargeable on the profit gained from the disposal of real property in Malaysia. In simple words, RPGT is basically the tax on chargeable gains derived from the sale of your land or a property. While a chargeable gain is … Read more

Understanding The Concept Of Real Property Gains Tax (RPGT)

In previous article, we’ve talked about what is Real Property Gains Tax (RPGT) as well as how to calculate RPGT while selling the property to others. So, let us continue the topic of what is the frequently asked question which may be relevant in understanding the actual concept of RPGT as follows; When should I … Read more

How GST Will Impact Home Prices & The Property Market

With the implementation of Goods & Service Tax (GST) in April 2015, many Malaysians are concerned with what this bodes for prices in general. It is inevitable that home prices will also be affected. In this article, we explain how home and property prices will be affected moving forward. To properly appreciate how GST will … Read more

11 Ways Property Investors Can Ease The Pain Of A Tax Audit

Imagine you just received a letter from the ATO advising they will be conducting an audit of your tax affairs. For many this is a daunting task and dare I say it; even a visit to the dentist is looking better. With an increasing number of ATO audits it is imperative that as a property … Read more

UK Tax Hike To Impact Overseas Buyers

The UK government’s plan to raise sales taxes on second homes in Britain will also cover buyers living abroad, reported Bloomberg. In November, UK Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, said buyers of second homes as well as buy-to-let properties within the UK will have to pay stamp-duty sales tax that is three percentage points higher … Read more