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Education, religion and charities

Published on 04 Feb 98 by NATIONAL EVENTS, TAXATION INSTITUTE OF AUSTRALIA

This powerpoint presentation looks at what 'education' is from the perspective of educational institutions and what supplies of such organisations are taxable, whether in-house education for businesses and other non-education institutions can be treated as 'GST-free'?, and who can claim GST credits on education and educational supplies.

Author profile:

Kenneth Fehily CTA
Ken Fehily, CTA, of Fehily Advisory is a former adviser to the Federal Treasurer and the ATO on the development and introduction of the GST in Australia, and continues to be consulted about changes to the GST law and the ATO’s administration of it. Ken was also previously the senior partner leading Arthur Andersen’s and PricewaterhouseCoopers’ indirect tax practices, and is now one of Australia’s most experienced and effective independent advocates in GST matters. Ken continues to have a respected but independent relationship with the ATO. His views and representations of clients with the ATO are highly respected and listened to, ensuring that his clients and their GST situations are given a sound hearing by the ATO. Current at 19 October 2016 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Ken FEHILY.
 

This was presented at Second GST Symposium.

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Author(s):  Patrick FALLON

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Education, religion, and charities

Author(s):  Ken FEHILY

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The property industry

Author(s):  Patrick HUNT

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GST and government

Author(s):  Gordon BRYSLAND

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Negotiating the transitional minefield

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