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Persistent paperwork problems paper

Published on 09 Sep 10 by NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper covers:

  • contractual issues
  • tax invoices
  • adjustment notes
  • BAS preparation
  • reliance on rulings
  • Board of Taxation recommendations not yet implemented.

Author profiles

Craig Whatman CTA
Craig is a Partner in the Tax Advisory Group of Pitcher Partners Melbourne. Craig leads the Pitcher Partners Transaction Taxes team, which advises on GST, duty and land tax. Craig has more than 25 years’ experience advising clients in a variety of industries in both Australia and New Zealand. He is a member of the Victorian State Revenue Office’s State Taxes Consultative Council and is the current chair of the Property Council’s Victorian Tax Committee, which makes representations to government and the State Revenue Office on state taxes issues, including the proposed Windfall Gains Tax. - Current at 30 August 2021
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Peter Quattrocchi ATI
Peter is a Director in the Tax Consulting division of Pitcher Partners. Peter has had extensive experience in advising on a range of GST and other indirect tax matters across a number of industry sectors. Prior to joining Pitcher Partners, Peter had almost 20 years' experience with another leading accountancy firm advising and assisting clients to manage a range of indirect tax issues. - Current at 15 August 2014

 

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

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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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