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Payroll tax - The sleeping giant presentation

Published on 11 Sep 14 by QUEENSLAND DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This presentation covers:

  • when could your client be grouped for payroll tax purposes?
  • what are the relevant factors for de-grouping according to the recent cases?
  • when will payments to contractors be subject to payroll tax?
  • what are the common mistakes in calculating taxable wages?

Author profiles

Philip Magoffin
Photo of author, Philip MAGOFFIN Philip is a founding Director of PPM Tax & Legal Pty Ltd, a boutique indirect tax firm with offices in Brisbane and Melbourne. Philip has over 20 years of specialist experience in stamp duties and payroll tax (for all states and territories). He advises clients on mergers and acquisitions, group restructures, payroll tax audits, exemption applications and exclusion orders. Formerly from the Queensland Office of State Revenue and some of the Big 4 global firms. Philip also specialises in operations taxes such as customs duties, fuel tax and long service leave levies for multinational corporate groups, regional businesses and other professional practices. - Current at 26 June 2019
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Scott Pease
Scott is a founding director of PPM Tax & Legal. Scott has over 15 years of specialist experience providing advice onpayroll tax, WorkCover insurance and stamp duty (for all States and Territories). He specialises in payroll tax audits, prudential reviews, grouping analysis, corporate restructures and acquisitions. - Current at 02 June 2020

 

This was presented at 2014 Queensland Annual State Convention .

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