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GST: Focus on Problem Areas

Published on 01 Mar 2001 | Took place at Perth Cultural Centre, Perth, WA

Since its inception on 1 July 2000, a number of provisions in the GST Act have been identified as being difficult and problematic. This Seminar has been designed to focus on some of those areas and to give practical advice on how to deal with the following issues, including: Property and Construction; Business Re-organisations; Litigation, settlements and court orders; Cross Border Transactions.

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Individual sessions

Cross Border Perspectives on GST

Author(s):  Paul O'BRIEN This paper looks at cross border perspectives on GST with a focus on: Taxable supplies and taxable importations "connected" with Australia; Reverse charge arrangements; GST-free exports; Agency rules; and E-commerce.

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Litigation, Settlements and Court Orders

Author(s):  John W DE WIJN This paper discusses Litigation, Settlements and Court Orders with a focus on: Underlying transaction; Court Orders; Damages and Costs; and whether a particular settlement is a taxable supply.

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GST Implications of Business Re-Organisations - Mergers and

Author(s):  Ian JEFFREY,  Sophia VARELAS This paper discusses Business Re-organisation in relation to GST, with a focus on: Vendor and purchaser perspectives on selling/buying shares or assets; Going concern exemption; Obtaining maximum GST credits; Due diligence.

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New Issues in the GST Treatment of Real Estate

Author(s):  Lachlan R WOLFERS This powerpoint presentation discusses GST in property and construction, with a focus on: In-specie distributions of property; On-going application of the margin scheme; Going concerns; Strata titled managed investment schemes; and "one-off" property investments.

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