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Pay-Roll Tax Grouping Provisions

Published on 27 Jul 01 by THE TAX INSTITUTE

This powerpoint presentation looks at Pay-Roll Tax Grouping Provisions, with a focus on: State by State overview and comparison of the grouping provisions; In depth analysis of the implications of being grouped; How to avoid being grouped; Current industry issues that impact on grouping provisions; Issues for local branches of international groups.

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Richard TURNER
Richard is a Senior Manager, specialising in employment taxes. He has been working in public accounting for 15 years and has over 10 years experience specifically advising clients, in large and small industry groups, government bodies, tax exempt bodies and public practitioners on matters affecting all employment taxes, particularly Fringe Benefits Tax and Salary Packaging. Richard is the lead presenter for KPMG's employment taxes practice in Melbourne and presents regularly on behalf of the Taxation Institute of Australia and other professional bodies.
Current at 2 December 2004
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This was presented at First Annual State's Taxation Conference .

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