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Contractors: commentary on paper by Martin Keating

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

This seminar paper considers Martin Keating's paper on contractors, and concludes that the paper summarises the present judicial interpretation of the law in this area in a balanced and objective manner.

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Neil Wickenden CTA
Neil is Senior Tax Partner with the New South Wales partnership of HLB Mann Judd, an Australasian group of chartered accounting firms. Neil’s practice involves advising on all aspects of income tax, fringe benefits tax, and goods and services tax law to a range of clients. He also provides specialist tax support to a number of smaller accounting practices. He is a member of The Tax Institute among other professional bodies and is a former New South Wales State Chairman of The Tax Institute. Current at 16 October 2014 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Neil WICKENDEN.
 

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

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