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Published on 19 May 07
by QUEENSLAND DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
This paper covers:
basics - tax rates and entities
deferral and risk
assessable income - what’s in and what’s out
deductions - what is and what is not
Part IVA concerns
Doug’s areas of responsibility in KPMG Cairns are taxation, business valuations and litigation support. It is in the field of taxation where Doug is frequently called upon to advise the firm’s Aboriginal clients seeking exemptions from direct and indirect taxation as well as fringe benefits and land tax matters. Doug has also presented numerous seminars and workshops on goods and services tax for clients and various business associations such as Housing Industry Association, Department of State Development, Hostels Association (FNQ Branch) and for local accounting firms. Doug also has experience appearing in proceedings in relation to taxation matters before the Administrative Appeals Tribunal and court hearings. Current at 27 February 2007Current at 09 March 2009
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