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Simple GST matters that became complex seminar paper


This paper focusses on a number of controversial issues in the area of GST which has gained media prominence over the past 12 months, including:

  • Retirement Villages - developments
  • Tax invoices and consequences
  • Simple sampling by ATO
  • Hot issues that are causing us and our clients problems when they should not be.

This paper was also presented by the author and Michelle Tremain at the GST Masterclass held in Perth on 25 November 2004.

Author profile

Kenneth Fehily CTA
Ken Fehily, CTA, is a GST expert with over 30 years experience in resolving difficult, uncertain and complex indirect tax issues. After 20 years as a senior partner at both PwC and Andersen, Ken founded independent consultancy Fehily Advisory Pty Ltd in 2010, to dedicate himself to achieving prompt and definitive outcomes for clients and advisers facing GST issues or disputes with the ATO. He advises, represents and negotiates on behalf of business owners, investors, CEOs and CFOs across a wide range of matters, including real property, tax audits and tax audit insurance, cross-border transactions, deals and structuring, procedural mistakes, ATO refunds and financier obligations. Ken was one of the architects of the GST, having assisted the federal Treasurer’s Committee in the writing of the GST laws, and as a member of the ATO’s Public Rulings Panel for eight years. He continues to consult with the ATO and federal Treasury on current and emerging GST issues, ATO administrative practices and legislative changes, and he serves as an external member of the ATO’s GST Stewardship Group. - Current at 31 October 2019
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This was presented at 2004 National GST Intensive: Shifting Sands .

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