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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


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

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