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The Taxing Changes of Changing Taxes presentation


This presentation addresses topical issues of concern raised by some industry representatives and commentators surrounding the states' and territories' obligations under the Intergovernmental Agreement on the Reform of Commonwealth-State Financial Relations. It then provides a summary of state and territory taxation changes since 1 July 2002 and examines the Western Australian government's Review of State Business Taxes.

Author profiles:

Simon is the Director of Legislative Services in the South Australian Revenue Office. Simon has approximately 20 years experience in Government at Commonwealth and State levels, the last seven years being with RevenueSA in the legislation, policy and compliance areas. Simon manages RevenueSA's legislative program, objections and appeals processes, and external and internal legal and technical advice, including advice on corporate reconstructions.

Current at 19 August 2003 Current at 28 August 2009

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Nicki is Assistant Commissioner (Legislation, Training & Review) with the WA Office of State Revenue, with over 10 years experience in Government, the majority of which has been in the policy and legislation field. She has been directly involved in the WA Business Tax Review from its inception in 2001. Nicki and her team instigated several of the recommendations of the Review in an effort to improve the efficiency and operation of the State's major taxes. Nicki has also been heavily involved in the development of the Taxation Administration Act.
Current at 9 December 2003 Current at 27 August 2013 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Nicki SUCHENIA.


This was presented at Third Annual States' Taxation Conference .

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Individual sessions

Payroll Tax - Registration Thresholds and Exemptions

Author(s):  Paul SIDDLE

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Payroll Tax and Contractors - Active Issues

Author(s):  Keith POLKINGHORNE

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