NSW State Taxes
Published on 17 Feb 2004
| Took place at The Menzies Hotel, Sydney
2003 was a big year for NSW's state taxes. Sweeping changes across a range of commercial and workplace transactions represent some of the most significant developments in NSW stamp duties since the introduction of the new Duties Act in 1998.
Land rich and transfer duty provisions have been affected substantially, their application
widened to catch a range of transactions that were not previously taxed.
Other shifts in the area include the imposition of liability for duty on Directors for defaults by
companies in paying tax, and significant payroll tax adjustments.
This seminar brings together leading tax practitioners in NSW state taxes and key personnel from the Office of State Revenue and aims to bring you up to date with these
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