Farm Land prices are fetching record prices recently. Many farming asset holders have acquired land through succession or other forms of acquisition for a cost base which is significantly lower than the current values. In these instances there are often significant unrealised capital gains that can be triggered in the event of transfer or sale.

We work with many clients to plan for the future; the past is certain, the future is yet to be determined. Under current legislation there are concessions available to enable you to reposition your investments which will ultimately potentially save you thousands.

We work with our many farming asset holders to conduct a review on their farm land asset holding structures, helping them to understand what their position is and potential tax implications. Today it is generally a sure thing that there is an unrealised taxable capital gain, just how big is yours?

With the current land prices we am finding that there is a significant and increasing disparity between original cost bases and current values. What are you doing to understand this situation? 

Our Asset Structure Review will addresses the following specific to your circumstances:

To discuss your asset owing structure  we encourage you to contact The Money Edge on (07) 4151 8898 or email us at 

Disclaimer: This content provides general information only, current at the time of production. Any advice in it has been prepared without taking into account your personal circumstances. You should seek professional advice before acting on any material.

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