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Published on 24 Jul 03
by NATIONAL EVENTS, TAXATION INSTITUTE OF AUSTRALIA
This presentation provides case studies on borderline scenarios highlighting the different outcomes in each jurisdiction.
Keith leads the State and Indirect Tax Division of KPMG Brisbane. He provides advice and assistance to a wide group of corporate and State Government clients. Apart from his specialist skills in GST, Keith also consults in state taxes and employment taxes such as FBT and Payroll Tax. Keith is actively involved in GST compliance reviews and audits conducted by the Australian Taxation Office. Keith has consulted in Australian GST since its inception. Prior to moving to Australia in 1999, Keith spent 12 years consulting in New Zealand GST. During this time, Keith conducted numerous GST compliance reviews for corporate clients. He has also participated in GST audits conducted by the New Zealand Inland Revenue Department. Current at 19 December 2005Current at 19 December 2005
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