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Emerging themes and observations paper

Published on 19 May 11 by NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper covers:

  • residential property
  • third party consideration
  • characterisation issues.

Author profile

Denis McCarthy ATI
Photo of author, Denis MCCARTHY Denis was a member of the original team that designed and drafted the Australian GST law and is a Director in the Ernst & Young Sydney Indirect Taxes team. Denis is a leading GST adviser, particularly to clients in the financial services, property, telecommunications and transport sectors. Denis was an expert adviser to the Board of Taxation in relation to their review of the application of GST to cross-border transactions. Denis has considerable experience working with, and advising on, other countries’ GST and VAT regimes. From 1999 to 2005, Denis was a member of the OECD advisory committee of the application of VAT to electronic commerce transactions. In 2007, Denis was a member of a team that drafted an English version of a VAT law for the United Arab Emirates. - Current at 14 April 2016
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