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Going, going, gone! - GST & the going concern concession

Published on 30 Aug 01 by VICTORIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This powerpoint presentation examines problems that arise from a GST perspective in acquisitions and disposals in general with particular references to what is a going concern for GST purposes.

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David EVANS
Prior to becoming a tax and business consultant, David spent over eight years with Pricewaterhouse Coopers' Taxation Services Employment & Wealth practice in Brisbane. David's core area of expertise is in providing taxation advice to high net worth individuals, business owners and professionals in the areas of business improvement, management, and transactions, as well as advising on matters relating to income tax, CGT, asset protection, superannuation and retirement planning and taxation structuring.
Current at 26 February 2004
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This was presented at 40TH ANNUAL VICTORIAN STATE CONVENTION.

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