Published on 10 Oct 08
by VICTORIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
This paper covers how well the GST legislation, ATO Rulings Program and the Courts are dealing with the realities and technicalities of:
- supplies of residential property - a working example
- going concerns - a working example
- the high level GST implications and issues arising in respect of everyday issues such as exports, insolvency, tough economic conditions, time limitations, year end and other "adjustments", and dispute resolution.
Ken Fehily, CTA, of Fehily Advisory is a former adviser to the Federal Treasurer and the ATO on the development and introduction of the GST in Australia, and continues to be consulted about changes to the GST law and the ATO’s administration of it. Ken was also previously the senior partner leading Arthur Andersen’s and PricewaterhouseCoopers’ indirect tax practices, and is now one of Australia’s most experienced and effective independent advocates in GST matters. Ken continues to have a respected but independent relationship with the ATO. His views and representations of clients with the ATO are highly respected and listened to, ensuring that his clients and their GST situations are given a sound hearing by the ATO.
- Current at
25 July 2017
Terry, QC, CTA, is a Barrister at Chancery Chambers. He practises at the Victorian Bar in revenue law, trust and superannuation law, corporations law and commercial law, and has appeared for both taxpayers and the Commissioner in the High, Federal and Supreme Courts. Terry is a member of the Taxation Committee of the Business Section of the Law Council of Australia, a member of the Melbourne Law Masters Tax Advisory Board at the University of Melbourne (where he lectures in the LLM program), the Bar's representative on the School of Law Program Advisory Committee of Victoria University and a frequent presenter at state and national conferences of The Tax Institute and other professional bodies. Terry was appointed Special Counsel to the ATO from 2008 until 2010.
- Current at
12 January 2017