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Published on 24 Oct 2012
| Took place at The Menzies Hotel, Sydney
There is no doubt the current buzz word is “the Cloud” and it will significantly change the way you do business – for the user it may mean a cheaper and different way of doing business, whereas for the provider it represents an opportunity to access various markets.
This Cloud Computing seminar considered Cloud services and aimed to demystify many of the questions of users and providers. It aimed to tie in what the Cloud means from a practical business, legal and tax (including GST and transfer pricing) perspective. This is a developing area and many issues are still being formulated and the aim of the sessions is to outline some of the issues that can arise.
These materials are targeted at users of cloud services including corporates, tax managers, or advisors who have clients who are buying cloud (or are using the cloud themselves) and don’t know what it is or how it affects them.
Topics covered included:
legal aspects of cloud computing
direct income tax
transfer pricing and the cloud – what do multinationals need to consider?
practical case studies – user of the service and the provider.
Get a 20% discount when you buy all the items from this event.
Cloud Computing poses various challenges in relation to GST law and practice. This paper seeks to explore the implications of cloud computing in terms of current GST law, as well as identify areas where GST law may need to change in future.
Items to be covered include:
when is a supply of cloud computing “connected with Australia”?
when will RITC be available on cloud computing services?
who makes acquisitions of cloud computing services for GST purposes and for what consideration?
registration of offshore cloud computing providers
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