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Published on 18 May 10
by NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
This paper covers:
what has GST got to do with it?
differences between GST grouping and income tax consolidations
traps when exiting a GST group
proposed changes to GST grouping.
Deborah is a Partner in KPMG Sydney’s Indirect Tax group and has been with the firm since May 2000. She brings multinational experience to the practice, having previously worked in New Zealand and the UK. Deborah specialises in advising on GST in relation to financial services including: insurance, funds management and banking. Her clients include a broad range of financial institutions including banks, fund managers, insurers, financiers and other companies primarily in service-based industries. Current at 7 February 2008Current at 28 August 2008
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