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GST and adjustments presentation

Published on 14 Oct 05 by NATIONAL EVENTS, TAXATION INSTITUTE OF AUSTRALIA

This presentation covers:

  • a practical consideration of the application of Division 19, 129 and 135 with respect to adjustments
  • some broader implications inherent in their application.

Author profiles:

Andrew NUTMAN
Andrew is the GST Indirect Taxes Partner at Deloitte Melbourne. He has over 20 years experience in advising on indirect taxes, commencing in 1985 as a VAT auditor with HM Customs and Excise in the UK. Andrew joined Deloitte’s London VAT group in 1992 and transferred to Deloitte in Melbourne in January 1999.
Current at 25 September 2007
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John OESTERHELD
John is one of Perth's most experienced indirect tax specialists, he leads Deloitte's indirect tax practice in Perth. He has provided GST advice to many of Perth's largest corporate and government entities. John has been involved in seeking private rulings for clients as well as providing input on public rulings. He has also been involved in the handling of numerous complex GST audits. Typically John's clients see him as a key adviser in relation to their indirect tax matters.
Current at 19 August 2005
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This was presented at 2005 National GST Intensive .

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