Published on 06 Feb 07
by SOUTH AUSTRALIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
This paper is a worked case study of a business undertaking restructuring activities, including the acquisition and sale of another business. It covers the the treatment of certain costs, and critically, the implications these activities can have on a business's entitlement to input tax credits. Topics include:
are you making a financial supply?
what is the Financial Acquisitions Threshold (FAT)?
how do you test it?
why is it important?
Kristian is a Manager within the Adelaide KPMG Indirect Tax Team. He specialises in GST and has worked in this field since its introduction in 1999. Kristian has advised a broad range of industry and corporate groups on GST matters. Kristian joined KPMG early in 2005, and previously worked with another big four accounting firm. Current at 1 December 2006
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