Published on 29 Jul 05
by NATIONAL EVENTS, TAXATION INSTITUTE OF AUSTRALIA
This paper covers:
- why were the grouping provisions first introduced and how does this translate to the current day?
- what are the material differences in the provisions between the jurisdictions?
- are the current provisions effective and equitable particularly given the differences between the jurisdictions?
- what is the preferred future model for grouping and how will it achieve consistency and equity across all jurisdictions?
A case study emphasises how the provisions operate across all jurisdictions and how they would operate under the preferred model.
Gary is a Senior Manager with Pitcher Partners
in Melbourne specialising in employment-related taxes and
obligations. With over 20 years experience, Gary has worked
both in the Victorian State Revenue Office and in consulting
roles with Deloitte and Pitcher Partners. His particular areas of
expertise include fringe benefits tax, payroll tax, WorkCover and
- Current at
21 June 2012