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Legislative changes - What are they paper?


This paper covers legislative changes - what are they?

Author profiles

Jamie Clarke
Jamie is a Director in the PricewaterhouseCoopers Specialist Taxes practice and is located in Melbourne. Jamie has been advising clients on GST matters since 1999. Jamie is member of the CPA Indirect Tax committee and has been heavily involved in consultation with Treasury in relation to the recent GST Administration Review through this role. - Current at 28 September 2010
Suzanne Russell
Suzi is a Partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers practising in GST and fuel tax matters. Suzi has specialised in GST consulting since 2000 (previously advising in VAT matters in the UK). Suzi’s GST career commenced with a two year secondment at Australia Post, where she got a chance to witness first-hand the implementation and practical application of GST. Suzi now specialises in providing GST advice to the retail and consumer industry and works for a range of Australian and multinational clients. Suzi graduated from Exeter University (UK) with a degree in Economics and Politics in 1996 and has since become a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England, Wales and Australia. Suzi participates in the ATO’s Fuel Schemes Intermediaries Forum and is the climate change tax impacts representative for PricewaterhouseCoopers. - Current at 17 June 2010


This was presented at 2010 National GST Intensive Conference - The changing environment .

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GST - The next decade

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Cases update

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Financial supplies issues for non-financial institutions

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Legislative changes - How do you implement them?

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