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Contractors v Employees

Published on 14 Oct 2014 | Took place at National Australia Bank, Sydney, NSW

The issue of whether a person providing services is an employee or an independent contractor has far-reaching consequences, in both the tax and non-tax fields. It is largely a product of case law, with the courts applying various tests to each relationship. Revenue authorities, both State and Commonwealth, have increased their focus in this area.

This event reviewed the tests, look at recent cases, and provide an overview of where this is relevant.

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Individual sessions

Tax update

Author(s):  Gavin Enfield

This presentation covers:

  • bills before federal parliament – progress update
  • cases
  • ATO – annual TRs, TDs, etc
  • state & territory tax overview.
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Employees vs contractors

Author(s):  Nick GANGEMI

This paper covers:

  • from where do we get the concept of "employment"?
  • primary tests on employment
  • relevant cases
  • "secondary" tests
  • employment agents.


Materials from this session: