Published on 17 Mar 00
by SOUTH AUSTRALIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
In August 1998, the Government announced a number of tax reform measures. One of those measures was a new system for the collection of income tax - the PAYG system. While the new system may be fine in theory, the practical application is sometimes difficult. The purpose of this paper is to provide practical examples of how the PAYG system will work and highlight those areas where we are still waiting for clarification.
Tim is an experienced tax professional with 25 years in the ‘Big 4’, he provides income tax related advice to a variety of private and large public companies as well as multi-nationals. In particular, Tim has advised many companies on mergers & acquisitions, tax governance, corporate tax, international tax, and employment tax issues, always maintaining a focus on practical commercial advice. One of Tim’s key skills is understanding complex tax issues and communicating these in a practical way enabling CFO’s, Boards and Business Owners to focus on the key opportunities and risks when making business decisions. Tim is currently the SA representative on National Council of The Tax Institute.
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17 July 2020