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Published on 29 Jul 05
by NATIONAL EVENTS, TAXATION INSTITUTE OF AUSTRALIA
This presentation covers:
a brief overview of some of the key changes that have occurred in land tax this year
rewrites of land tax legislation
taxing land held in trust ownership
the use of valuations in land tax.
Graeme is a Senior Policy Specialist for the State Revenue Office Victoria Graeme has a commerce degree from the University of Melbourne. He has worked in a range of administrative and policy positions in various Government Departments, including the Department of Premier and Cabinet, Law Department and Public Works Department, prior to joining the then Stamp Duties Office in 1988. He has worked in various management and team leader roles within the State Revenue Office, including a period as Manager of the Land Tax Branch. As a team leader in the Policy and Legislation Branch, he is responsible for Land Tax, Pay-roll Tax and First Home Owner Grant issues. Current at 9 June 2005Current at 09 June 2005
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