The interaction between GST and FBT is fraught with perplexing technical pitfalls, including:
- problems arising from merging taxing regimes
- The proper approach to the question of how GST, PAYG, FBT and non-deductibility interact
- What supplies might be taxable for GST purposes and who is liable?
- Input tax credits that can be claimed where GST aquisitions relate to fringe benefits
- What are the opportunities and the differences?
Michael Evans CTA
Michael is a Senior Fellow of the University of Melbourne where he conducts GST principles subject in the university’s Masters level tax courses. Michael works as a sole practitioner providing tax design and legislation advice to Governments both inside and outside of Australia. Michael served more than 20 years as a Partner of KPMG specialising in both direct and indirect taxes, retiring from the partnership in December 2009. Prior to his KPMG career he worked with the ATO for 17 years during which time he was part of the legislative design team for the NZ and Australian GST and the Australian imputation reforms of company tax.
Current at 10 February 2016
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