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1999 year end FBT seminar

Published on 25 Mar 99 by QUEENSLAND DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This presentation outlines : general compliance issues; tips for the 1999 return; reporting requirements for 2000; FBT and GST; and tax reform developments

Author profiles:

Jane Madden
Jane, of PricewaterhouseCoopers, is a corporate tax partner with over 18 years experience. She has provided advice to large and complex organisations on both Australian and international issues including structuring and financing capital investments, restructuring existing operations, funding research, joint venture issues, and ATO negotiations. Current at 02 November 2006 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Jane MADDEN.
 
Kate SWINDON

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Joanne Casburn
Joanne is an Assistant Commissioner in the Private Groups & High Wealth Individuals area of the ATO. Her role is to provide technical and case leadership on the most complex audits and private rulings in Queensland involving private groups and high wealth individuals. In this role, Joanne works with taxpayers and their advisers to resolve disputes. She has 24 years experience in the tax industry working both in the ATO and in private practice with qualifications in accounting and law, including a Masters in International Taxation. Current at 30 April 2015
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1999 Year End FBT Seminar

Author(s):  Joanne CASBURN,  Jane MADDEN,  Kate SWINDON

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