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Tax Reform, GST and State Taxes

Published on 26 Jul 01 by THE TAX INSTITUTE

Topics covered in this seminar paper include:
- National tax reform arrangements and impact on Commonwealth/State financial relations; including outline of the Intergovernmental Agreement and how it has and will affect State taxation arrangements across Australia - including relevant timeframes
- Interaction and interplay between GST and State taxes

Author profile

Andrew SMITH
Andrew commenced his career within the tax consulting division of Ernst & Young in Brisbane, and joined the Northern Territory Treasury in 1996 as Director of Revenue Development. Since then, Andrew has been appointed Commissioner of Taxes in May 1999 following a period of acting in the position, and then in August 2000 was further promoted to Assistant Under Treasurer.

Current at 26 July 2001 - Current at 14 January 2005

 

This was presented at First Annual State's Taxation Conference .

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