GST Property Settlement Online Forms Available

From 1 July 2018, purchasers of newly constructed residential properties or new subdivisions must pay the related GST directly to the ATOas part of the settlement. The ATO says property transactions of new residential premises or potential residential land that involve GST to be paid directly to the ATO on or before settlement will require purchasers or their representatives to use the following online forms:

  • Form one, GST property settlement withholding notification, is used to advise the ATO that a contract has been entered into for new residential premises or potential residential land that requires a withholding amount. This form can be submitted any time after a contract has been entered into and prior to the settlement date.
  • Form two, GST property settlement date confirmation, is used to confirm the settlement date and can be submitted at the time of settlement and when the payment has been made to the ATO.

Depending on which state or territory the property is acquired in, the purchaser’s representative can include a conveyancer or a solicitor.

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