Published on 05 Sep 13
by NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
Managing the GST implications of financial supplies involves a constant revisiting and revising of old issues, as well as adaptation to new legislation, regulations and administrative practices. This workshop paper explores some of the issues currently affecting both financial institutions and any enterprise that deals with them. Topics covered include:
- characterising and differentiating products
- GST-free exports of financial supplies
- implementation of item 32
- debt recovery
- creditable and reduced credit acquisitions.
Anthony is Head of Indirect Tax at National Australia
Bank (NAB). He is a Chartered Accountant with extensive experience
in indirect tax and has responsibility for GST, employment taxes
and stamp duty within the NAB Group. Prior to joining NAB, Anthony
was a Partner in a boutique indirect tax practice in Melbourne for
10 years, consulting to large businesses across a broad range
of industries. Current at 05 September 2013
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Michelle Bennett CTA
Michelle is a Partner in the Indirect Tax team of
KPMG’s Melbourne office, specialising in GST and stamp duty.
Prior to joining KPMG in 2006 her experience included nine years
in the tax team of a leading national law firm, working in both
Sydney and Melbourne. Long-term secondments to the internal
tax teams at two major ASX-listed corporations have ensured
Michelle has an appreciation of the practical issues of tax
compliance in a complex commercial environment. This
understanding complements her extensive experience in
the application of GST across a broad range of industries. Current at 05 September 2013
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