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PAYG cash flow considerations


The PAYG system has the potential to cost businesses more in terms of cash flow than its cousin, the GST. Yet there has been significantly less publicity about the PAYG. Cash flow budgeting and planning will take on a much greater importance in the coming years and businesses and their advisers will need to understand the operation of the PAYG system and the transitional provisions. This paper offers guidance through the complexities of the new system and provides practical case studies and examples to help tax practitioners prepare their clients for PAYG.

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Chris is a tax consulting director of GMK Centric (formerly Gaddie Metz Kahn), the accounting and tax services division of Centric Wealth, and has nearly 20 years’ experience in the chartered accounting profession. Over that time, he has advised many large corporates and international businesses, as well as privately owned groups, in relation to matters ranging from restructures, mergers and acquisitions to financing and profit distribution strategies. A fellow of the Taxation Institute and regular presenter at its continuing professional development seminars, Chris is a chartered accountant and holds the degrees of Bachelor of Business (majoring in accounting and economics) and Master of Taxation.
Current at 10 August 2007
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