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GST and interaction with other taxes presentation

Published on 10 Oct 13 by NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

GST applies concurrently with a range of other taxes. It is important to understand how GST and those other taxes interact to be able to recognise and plan to avoid unintended consequences (including situations of paying “tax on tax”). This presentation examines:

  • GST and assessable income/deductions
  • difference between consolidated groups and GST groups – membership and effects
  • FBT interactions
  • compulsory super contributions
  • state tax (includes payroll tax, land tax and valuations).

Author profiles

Suzanne Emery
Suzanne is a lawyer with McCullough Robertson. - Current at 30 August 2017
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Mark West CTA
Photo of author, Mark WEST Mark is a Partner at McCullough Robertson and is qualified both in law and as a Chartered Accountant. He advises clients on tax matters generally, including income tax, CGT, GST and payroll tax, and has acted in appeals to the AAT and Federal Court. - Current at 30 August 2017
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Amanda Kidd
Amanda is a specialist tax lawyer at McCullough Robertson Lawyers. She has a particular focus on advising a broad range of clients on the taxation of property and transactions and specifically, advises on capital gains tax,income tax and GST. Recently Amanda has been involved in representing clients in a number of disputes with the ATO, including appearing before the Administrative Appeals Tribunal. - Current at 15 September 2017
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