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The new PAYG system

Published on 11 Apr 2000 | Took place at Leonda by the Yarra , VIC

This seminar examines in detail the implications of the new withholding and instalment tax arrangements under the PAYG system, assess the role of the new ABN as wellas consider how the PAYG system will be administered by the ATO

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Individual sessions

Monthly Statement of Account for the Integrated Client A/C

Author(s):  Margaret OXENHAM A sample of an integrated client account.

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Special arrangements associated with withholding events

Author(s):  Greg LEYDON This paper examines special transitionary rules in respect of the implementation of the Pay As You Go (PAYG) Withholding regime. The paper does not address issues of when to withhold. It instead addresses when withheld monies must be paid to the Commissioner and the special transitionary rules on the timing of payments.

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PAYG instalment system

Author(s):  Ron JORGENSEN This paper provides an overview of the Pay-As-You-Go (PAYG) instalment system (PAYGIS) as it relates to annual, quarterly and gross domestic product (GDP) adjusted taxpayers. It considers the effect of PAYGIS on companies, trusts, superannuation funds, partnerships and investors. The paper provides practical case studies and examples to help tax practitioners prepare their clients for PAYG.

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The 'No ABN' Withholding Event

Author(s):  Ron JORGENSEN,  Phil LONDON This paper assesses the role of the new Australian Business Number (ABN) in relation to PAYG and GST legislation. The paper provides guidance through the complexities of the new system for tax practitioners and their clients.

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PAYG Instalment System

Author(s):  Chris WOOKEY The PAYG system has the potential to cost businesses more in terms of cash flow than its cousin, the GST. Yet there has been significantly less publicity about the PAYG. Cash flow budgeting and planning will take on a much greater importance in the coming years and businesses and their advisers will need to understand the operation of the PAYG system and the transitional provisions. This paper offers guidance through the complexities of the new system and provides practical case studies and examples to help tax practitioners prepare their clients for PAYG.

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