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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:

Michael CRANWELL


 
Matthew NICHOLLS
Matthew Nicholls FTIA, is a Senior Manager at Ernst & Young. Matthew is a GST specialist who joined Ernst & Young in 2005 as a Senior Manager. Formerly employed by the ATO for over 14 years, he has extensive experience in providing advice on technical and procedural issues from both sides of the fence. Matthew specialises in evaluating and minimising GST risks for client's while maximising GST opportunities. Matthew has provided services to clients across many industries including property.
Current at 23 March 2009
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Stamp duty issues

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