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GST issues impacting family planning paper

Published on 17 Sep 12 by SOUTH AUSTRALIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

The going concern provision, do I just insert it in the contract? 

  • going concern compliance, what is required to be transferred?
  • issues where property/equipment/intellectual property held in separate entities
  • non-arm’s length transactions
  • GST groups
  • interaction with stamp duty.

Author profiles:

Matthew Nicholls CTA
Matthew Nicholls is an Executive Director with EY’S Adelaide Tax Practice and specialises in Indirect Tax matters. Matthew has over 24 years’ experience in working with tax. He spent 14 years working in the ATO and was involved with establishing the GST presence in the Adelaide office. Matthew has worked for EY for over 10 years and specialises in providing technical advice, assisting with compliance issues and with the implementation and use of data analytics for clients. Matthew co-chaired The Tax Institute’s National GST Subcommittee for 3 years until 2015, is the chair of the SA Technical Committee and sits on the ATO’s GST Advisory Group. Current at 10 February 2016 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Matthew NICHOLLS.
 
Michael Cranwell
Michael is a Consultant at Ernst & Young, Adelaide. Current at 17 September 2012

This was presented at 2nd Annual Family Planning Day.

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Stamp duty issues

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