Webinar: Depreciation with Mark Withers
- 18 August 10:00 am – 11:00 am
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- CPD Points: 1.00
- Access Restrictions: The recording of this webinar is only available through the Property Institute site to people who have purchased access using the Register button on this page.
- Duration: 60:00
- $57.50 Members
- $115.00 Non Members
About the Event
This is an NZIV webinar presented by Mark Withers, Partner Withers Tsang Chartered Accountants.
Mark will explore the new purchase price apportionment rules that came in for commercial property transactions, and will also provide some back-to-basic explanations on how depreciation works in the tax context of property investment.
During this webinar Mark will also help us to understand the impact of GST on comparative sales data.
Members, please note that you will be required to complete a participation & CPD verification question/s before your CPD points will be automatically allocated to your CPD diary.
- Chartered Accountant at PKF Withers Tsang
- Withers Tsang Chartered Accountants
Mark Withers became a chartered accountant in 1991 and established PKF Withers Tsang with his partner Stephen Tsang in 1998. Now with four partners and offices in Auckland and The Cook Islands, Withers Tsang has been placed in NZ’s top 30 Accountancy firms by Sunday Star Times. The firm has specialized in tax advisory work to the Property sector since its inception and represents more than 3500 Property investors and Developers across New Zealand, Australia and Asia. Mark served 10 years as treasurer of Auckland Property Investors association and has been made a life member of the organization. Mark writes a monthly tax column in the NZ Property Magazine and answers the “ Ask an Expert “ tax questions and is a regular speaker on property tax matters. He is the Author of Property tax in NZ an Investors guide which has run to three editions. He is dad to two sons and spends his recreation time cycling and out on the water, ocean swimming, boating and fishing. He has navigated several Ocean passages under sail and in 2019 his team represented Tonga in the World Game Fishing Championships in Costa Rica, placing 12th having tagged and released 17 Billfish in 4 days.