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Second Annual States' Taxation Conference 2002

Published on 25 Jul 2002 | Took place at Hotel Sofitel, Melbourne , National

The Second Annual States' Taxation Conference 2002 focuses on State Taxes, including: Revenue offices in the future, stamp duty on transfers of intellectual property and goodwill, pay roll tax and contractors - where to from here, the use of reciprocal powers in interjurisdiction audits, dealing with and managing an audit, the impact of consolidation and demergers on State Taxes, WA Government's review of State Taxes 2002, stamp duty update in issues dealing with trusts, custodians and MIA issues, mortgage duty after the rewrites, State Tax treatment of superannuation and benefits, real property round-up, corporate reconstruction exemptions, the pay-roll tax grouping provisions, and document retention policies.

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Individual sessions

State taxes cases update and significant developments

Author(s):  Garry SEBO This seminar paper provides a summary of recent major cases, rulings and legislative changes, and considers their impact and implications.

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WA Government's review of State Taxes 2002

Author(s):  Jonathan ILBERY This seminar paper discusses the WA Government's review of State Taxes, with a focus on the consultation process, submissions for amendments, responses of Treasury and Consultative Committee, the Government's response, and where to from here?

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Stamp duty update dealing in trusts, custodians & MIA issues

Author(s):  Melinda WATSON This powerpoint presentation discusses property aquisitions, appointment and retirement of responsible entities and custodians, dealings with interests in managed investment funds, and current issues.

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WA Taxation Administration Bill - key differences

Author(s):  Nicki SUCHENIA The purpose of this seminar paper is to highlight key differences in the Western Australian Taxation Administration Bill. The two very obvious differences are the company director provisions and the legal professional privilege offence.

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Mortgage duty after the rewrites - harmonisation or chaos?

Author(s):  Barbara PHAIR This seminar paper discusses what a mortgage is, when a liability arises, calculating the amount secured, and the interaction of the mortgage package provisions and the proportional stamping on multi-state securities.

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State tax treatment of superannuation and benefits

Author(s):  Elizabeth LUCAS This seminar paper provides and emphasis on pay-roll tax, links to Workers Compensation Insurance, FBT, GST and salary packaging, gross ups and exemptions, recent and anticipated changes.

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Real property round-up

Author(s):  Bob MITCHELL This seminar paper discusses the Landrich review, transactions affecting property developers, the case for reform, and taxation of new rights.

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Corporate reconstruction exemptions

Author(s):  Carolyn MALL This seminar paper discusses applying the rules to demergers, restrictions on post-restructure dealings, trusts and partnerships, and a call for change?

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Payroll tax grouping provisions - purpose & application

Author(s):  Gary MATTHEWS This seminar paper discusses legislative and administrative policies on pay-roll tax grouping provisions, plus judicial trends.

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Document retention policies

Author(s):  Jennifer BATROUNEY This seminar discusses what a document retention policy is, matters to consider when formulating such a policy, statutory requirements, practice management issues, lessons from McCabe and other recent cases.

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Revenue Offices into the future

Author(s):  Peter ACHTERSTRAAT This powerpoint presentation discusses revenue offices in the future, including, self assessment, electronic commerce, and harmony between states.

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Stamp duty on transfers of intellectual property & goodwill

Author(s):  Frank BRODY This seminar paper discusses goodwill, apportionment of goodwill between jurisdictions, and how jurisdictions deal with intellectual property.

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Pay roll tax and contractors - where to from here?

Author(s):  Doug TREDINNICK This seminar paper discusses pay roll tax and contractors, including, what's good and bad with what we've got, and improving the current system.

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The use of reciprocal powers in interjurisdiction audits

Author(s):  Jim H HALL This seminar paper discusses the use of reciprocal powers in interjurisdiction audits, including the legislation and how it works, limitation of powers under the legislation, practical examples - national employers, reciprocal powers information exchange.

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Dealing with and managing an audit

Author(s):  Michael PEREZ This seminar paper discusses dealing with and managing an audit, including revenue's information gathering powers including what to do when officers from the Revenue are at reception requesting access to document/people, setting down procedures for managing an audit - communication systems, access to personnel and access to documents, privilege claims, resolving an audit.

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The impact of consolidation and demergers on state taxes

Author(s):  Tim GRACE This powerpoint presentation discusses the impact of consolidation and demergers on state taxes, including, stamp duty issues on restructuring pre-consolidation, transactions under consolidation, stamp duty issues for restructuring post-consolidation, payroll tax and land tax issues for groups post-consolidation, stamp duty issues on demergers.

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