Published on 04 Aug 00
by WESTERN AUSTRALIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
In order to be able to prepare and lodge a monthly or quarterly Business Activity Statement without too much additional work, it will be essential that the accounting records of an entity are accurate and up to date. The correct allocation of GST on taxable supplies and acquisitions will be essential for the amount of GST payable or refundable to be calculated and entered onto the BAS. This paper gives an overview on the best method
Barbie Chiro FTIA is National Tax Partner at Walker Wayland. Barbie specialises in taxation planning and advice for small business. Her main areas of interest are in matters relating to capital gains tax, trusts, superannuation, and business succession planning.
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