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Contractors

Published on 22 May 97 by NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This seminar paper looks at the law in relation to contractors and tax.

Author profile:

Martin Keating
Martin in the early part of his career at the Australian Taxation Office, served as an auditor, then an Appeals officer, finishing his time at Cannington Office as Head of Appeals. Soon after he joined the Tax Counsel Network, this being the area from which he has now retired nearly 20 years later. In these capacities he has assisted officers at interviews and otherwise on countless occasions, including dealings ranging from those with individuals through to those involving the most sophisticated professional advisers. Current at 16 November 2012 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Martin KEATING.
 

This was presented at Annual New South Wales State Convention 1997.

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ATO issues affecting the practitioner

Author(s):  Michael CARMODY

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Contractors: commentary on paper by Martin Keating

Author(s):  Neil WICKENDEN

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Expert evidence and tax law

Author(s):  Justice D Graham HILL

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Practical interpretation of the tax law

Author(s):  Robert RICHARDS

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Recent CGT developments

Author(s):  Deborah BOYD

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The superannuation surcharge

Author(s):  John EDSTEIN

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The Commissioner's right of access

Author(s):  John E MANNIX

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Commercial debt forgiveness

Author(s):  Grant WARDELL-JOHNSON

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Contractors

Author(s):  Martin KEATING

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Corporations law simplification and income tax

Author(s):  David CASTLE

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Impact of the Spotless and Peabody decisions

Author(s):  The Hon. Justice Ian GZELL

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Some recent cases on sections 51(1) and 25 (1)

Author(s):  Michael BINETTER

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Superannuation overview

Author(s):  Michael MONAGHAN

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Tax aspects of private companies, including sections 108/109

Author(s):  Kevin BURGES

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Trust losses

Author(s):  Ross SELLER

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