Published on 21 Nov 13
by NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
GST applies to most transactions and it is not something that can be ignored. It is necessary for the impact of this indirect tax to be considered for all transactions and arrangements. This paper gives attendees a high level overview of the changes in the GST arena, with a particular focus on the issues of which corporates should be wary. In particular, it focuses upon:
- the general anti-avoidance provisions under the GST legislation
- the continuing issue with going concerns
- recent cases and rulings that are relevant for corporates.
Martin is a Partner within the Business Services (Tax Advisory) division of Pitcher Partners. With over 14 years of professionally accredited employment, he is a highly experienced taxation and business adviser with strong technical and business qualifications, and has consistently demonstrated the ability to provide tax-effective solutions to clients in a variety of competitive industries. He focuses predominantly on providing tax advisory services to clients in the small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) market. He has extensive experience in advising clients in the property and construction and financial services industries. Martin regularly assists in negotiations with the ATO in resolving technical taxation disputes. He has over 14 years experience advising clients in dispute resolution and has been instrumental in achieving appropriate outcomes for uncertain matters.
- Current at
12 April 2017