Tax implications for overseas property purchase

By The Folks @PropTalk - March 19, 2015 4 Comments

Thinking of investing overseas but unsure of the taxes that you may be liable and how much they cost?

Here is a handy table of what you may need to pay for some of the more "popular" buying locations, courtesy of The Business Times today.  

The tax illustration is for a Singapore resident individual investing in a residential rental property overseas. 

Disclaimer: The table above is generic and does not consider the individual circumstances of one particular investor or investment. It is not an extensive summary of all tax implications of property investment and is not a substitute for tax advice in respect of specific transactions.

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