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Second GST Symposium

Published on 04 Feb 1999 | Took place at National Convention Centre, Canberra , National

On December 2 1998, The GST juggernaut was heralded with the introduction into Federal Parliament of over 1,000 pages of draft legislation. The GST legislation is the pivotal point in the Government's proposed initiatives for tax reform - Australia at large is now well and truly drawn into the relentless vortex of tax reform.

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Individual sessions

Health Services

Author(s):  Patrick FALLON This powerpoint presentation discusses the classification of GST-free and taxing of drugs and medicine with the introduction of GST.

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Education, religion, and charities

Author(s):  Ken FEHILY 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.

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The property industry

Author(s):  Patrick HUNT This powerpoint presentation discusses the general principles of GST and the property industry.

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GST and government

Author(s):  Gordon BRYSLAND This powerpoint presentation discusses the range of important and difficult issues to be faced now by government entities and those who deal with them.

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Negotiating the transitional minefield

Author(s):  Alan SMOLAK This powerpoint presentation provides an examination of the key transitional issues confronting business, what the GST registration options are, and the implementation issues and strategies for 'enterprise'.

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