Potential changes to real estate tax in view of the amendments introduced to the Construction Law in September
An important amendment to the Construction Law took effect as from 19 September 2020. It primarily affects investors and the requirements they are obliged to meet in the course of the construction process. Yet, once more a question arises whether changes to the Construction Law may impact the real estate tax regime, and if so, how.
Considering the approach currently followed by administrative courts and tax authorities, one could conclude that the new amendment might also affect real estate tax settlements.
• How did previous amendments to the Construction Law affect the real estate tax system and what taxable assets did they concern?
• How will the changes be reflected in the scope of taxation (especially in the context of administrative court and Constitutional Tribunal rulings) and what potential activities can tax authorities take as a result?
• What additional steps should be considered when finalising a construction project so as not to be exposed to the risk of expanding the scope of taxation?
• How to prepare for changes in taxation and how to mitigate the potential risk of tax arrears?
Who is this webinar for?
The webinar is addressed to C-suite members, CFOs, Tax Executives, Finance Function staff and other people in charge of tax settlements in companies. It may also be of interest to entities that conduct or plan to launch building construction projects as well as those that are (or were in the past) in a dispute with tax authorities about the tax treatment of buildings and structures.
2020-11-18, 10:00 am
(this event is in the past)