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Published on 13 Feb 13
by NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
This paper analyses the recent amendments to the GST reduced input tax credit (RITC) regulations that now apply to most Australian trusts.
This paper covers:
identifying the mischief
determining an appropriate benchmark
lessons for future reforms.
Bill is Head of GST for the AMP group of companies and prior to AMP’s demerger in 2003 was global head of Indirect Tax. Bill has 22 years experience in GST and VAT and for the past 16 years has specialised in advising businesses in the financial services sector. Bill’s tax career started as a VAT Officer with Customs & Excise before moving on to Ernst & Young and KPMG and then onto AMP in the UK in 1999. Current at 28 August 2006
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