Published on 27 Feb 04
by 4TH WORLD TAX CONFERENCE
This paper covers:
- practical consequences of applying source rules to e-commerce transactions
- impact of moving to a more residence based treaty policy
- practical consequences of OECD clarification of PE and income allocation
- consumption taxes, tax collection and administration issues.
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Bill is currently a Special Counsel with Ashurst having served as a Partner of the firm from 1980 to November 2013. He is a senior member of the Ashurst tax practice working as part of an integrated team providing a full range of direct and indirect tax services to clients to support their business activities. Bill has extensive experience advising on the stamp duty and GST aspects, particularly in relation to trusts, partnerships and the purchase, sale, restructuring and other dealings with assets. He acts for major corporations in the private and public sectors in a variety of industries. Bill is an assistant editor for the late Hon. Justice D Graham Hill’s publication - Duties Legislation (Thomson Lawbook Co).
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20 June 2017