Published on 12 Aug 10
by WESTERN AUSTRALIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
This paper covers:
recommendation 4: adjustments for changes in use
recommendation 10: tax invoices
recommendation 17: indirect tax rulings
recommendation 20: limited time to claim input tax credits
recommendation 22: changes to the margin scheme
recommendation 23: financial supplies
recommendation 32: GST groups and GST joint ventures: indirect tax sharing agreements.
Karen is a Partner within Ernst & Young’s Western
Region’s Tax Practice, driving the focus on transaction taxes
and GST. Known for her commercial approach, Karen advises
companies on the adoption of strategies to effectively manage the
GST implications of large transactions. A Chartered Accountant
with more than 20 years experience, Karen has significant
experience within various industry sectors and is also known for
assisting industry groups in lobbying and negotiating with Australian
taxation authorities on GST. Karen has a large non-resident client
portfolio and deals with cross-border issues on a regular basis. Current at 13 September 2011
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