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Contractors & payroll tax presentation

Published on 24 Jul 14 by NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This presentation covers:

  • the shifting tax landscape - the increase in labour taxes as a portion of taxpayers’ total tax mix
  • the global and domestic trends towards contingent workforces
  • the inherent risks in the management of contractors, including the specific payroll tax compliance challenge
  • the current compliance focus by Revenue Offices  Key audit risk issues with respect to contractors
  • evidentiary standards and expectations, for example, evidence to support contractor exemption eligibility.

Author profiles

Greg Kent CTA
Greg is a Partner in PwC’s employment taxes practice. Greg has over 18 years experience in advising on all aspects of Australian employment taxes, including FBT, payroll tax, superannuation guarantee, employment termination payments, workers compensation and PAYG withholding, including their interaction with salary packaging and contractor management arrangements. - Current at 15 April 2015
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Ian Phillips
Ian holds the position of Director, Specialist Revenue Advice at Revenue NSW. His responsibilities include the provision of advice on payroll tax legislation to staff and customers. Ian has worked in the policy and legislation area of Revenue NSW, and its predecessors, since 1985 and has been closely involved in the changes to NSW payroll tax legislation and administration since then, including payroll tax harmonisation with other jurisdictions. - Current at 26 June 2019
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This was presented at 14th Annual States' Taxation Conference .

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Individual sessions

State taxes cases update

Author(s):  Stefan DeBellis

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States taxes update

Author(s):  Alex Jacobs

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Payroll tax cases - "The big ones"

Author(s):  Philip MAGOFFIN

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