Published on 04 Sep 01
by NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
The aim of this paper is to examine how the Australian approach impacts on supplies between residents and non-residents. These issues are relevant to almost any entity having dealings with non-residents, and particularly to multi-national groups with subsidiaries in Australia, companies involved in global services contracts, and many non-residents who would not ordinarily think of themselves as being required to consider Australian GST.
Rebecca is a Senior Lecturer at the Faculty of Law, University of Sydney. Her areas of interest include GST, Comparative VAT, and the R&D concession. As well as her academic work, Rebecca is a member of the ATO Indirect Taxes Rulings Panel and a consultant to the International Monetary Fund and Michael Johnson & Associates, a Sydney consultancy specialising in Government support for research and innovation. In her work for the IMF, Rebecca has been responsible for drafting VAT and excise tax laws for developing nations, and has also participated in IMF missions advising Governments on the VAT treatment of new residential property and financial services. Before joining the University, Rebecca worked in the GST and Transaction Taxes group at Ernst & Young from 1999 to 2002 and with Michael Johnson and Associates from 1992 to 1999.
Current at 28 August 2006 Current at 01 October 2009
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