Published on 22 Oct 2004
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After three years of GST advisers fighting to capture the attention of their clients to the risks arising from GST non-compliance, suddenly GST issues are gaining renewed prominence. Thanks in no small part to the ATO's GST audit focus, so-called 'minor' GST issues that in isolation may seem trivial have been escalated to major compliance headaches due to the multiplication of these transactions over a four year period. All of this makes an in-depth knowledge of GST issues necessary, and a sharing of experiences amongst fellow practitioners absolutely essential.
This seminar dealt with many of the issues currently in the spotlight - from property transactions to international transactions to the litigation experience.
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Joint ventures and partnerships - examining the boundaries
Author(s): Pier PARISI
This paper focusses on case studies involving practical issues arising from the complex joint venture and partnership provisions, including when is a supply or acquisition made "on behalf of" another entity?
What is the position when entities are acting as principals?
What happens when entities join or leave the JV or partnership?
What are the controversies and anti-avoidance issues?
This paper was also presented by Cathryn Ferraris at the GST Masterclass held in Perth on 25 November 2004.