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Publication date: 01 Apr 02 | Source: AUSTRALIAN GST JOURNAL

Issue: Vol 2, issue 3

Pages: pp.41-50

The scheme of the GST law appears to have been drafted on the assumption that transactions take place between two parties, a supplier and a recipient. This means that dealings such as tripartite arrangements can cause problems for the application of GST laws.

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Caroline JAMES
Caroline is a Tax Manager at ING Australia where she manages tax issues for ING’s superannuation, pension and life insurance product range. Since migrating to Australia in 1996 Caroline has been involved in various aspects of financial services taxation. During the introduction and early years of GST Caroline played a key role in lobbying on GST matters relevant to the financial services industry. Over the past four years she has focused on superannuation issues and is currently a member of the IFSA working party formed to respond to the superannuation budget changes announced in the May 2006 budget.
Current at 12 December 2006
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Paul Stacey
Paul is a Special Counsel at Corrs Chambers Westgarth and is a GST specialist whose practice involves advising major Australian companies on the GST implications of substantial transactions, including those in the property sector. He has worked as a taxation expert for almost 20 years, including nearly a decade in London. Paul is both a lawyer and a chartered accountant. He has also written extensively on GST matters and his views have been published both here in Australia and in Europe - Current at 28 May 2008
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