Published on 13 Mar 13
by NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
This paper provides an overview of customs duty as well as indirect tax planning strategies for major projects and related activities. Particular issues to be covered include:
import duty concessions, designed to maximise import duty savings for major projects
srategic trade planning, incorporating the utilisation of free trade agreements
the impact of the introduction of the carbon pricing mechanism as at 1 July 2012 on fuel tax credits
tax risk management.
Ross heads up the National Customs team at PwC. Ross has been an adviser to industry for the last 15 years. He has more than 24 years experience advising both government and non-government bodies on indirect tax. For six years Ross worked
with the Perth office of the Australian Taxation Office (ATO). Ross’s experience includes taxation advice on GST, and customs as well as negotiating with the ATO and Treasury on a number of major
taxation issues across various sectors. Current at 16 November 2012
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