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PSI - more than an 80/20 rule.

Publication date: 25 Jan 08 | Source: WEEKLY TAX BULLETIN

Issue: No 4 2008

Pages: pp.60-63

In October 2007, the Tax Office announced a data-matching project targeting amounts paid by labour hire firms to clients who work through a personal services entity. The project will target 100,000 clients of labour hire firms, placement agencies and computer consultancies. This article looks at the issues that may arise from this project, by examining two recent personal services income court decisions.

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Sean Neary FTI
Sean is founder of Neary Consulting, a boutique tax practice in West Perth. Sean focuses on addressing complex tax issues for small and medium enterprises, including referral work from other accounting practices. His practice covers ATO and OSR dispute resolution, business sales and restructures, small business CGT concessions, business sales and restructures, international tax, GST and Transfer Duty. Sean has a Bachelor of Economics, Masters of Tax Law and is both a CPA and Fellow of the Tax Institute. His work history includes roles in Deloitte, PwC, Dow Corning, PKF, Webb Martin and was founding Chairman of technology materials group Talga Resources Limited (ASX: TLG). - Current at 17 October 2019
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