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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 McKee
Simon is the Director Duties and Grants Division within the Queensland Office of State Revenue. As such Simon is responsible for all duties and grants assessing and compliance matters, large corporate and serious non-compliance. Simon has held executive positions responsible for all revenue lines and functions in revenue offices in South Australia and Queensland. He has also held senior treasury roles in expenditure review and policy areas. - Current at 12 April 2016
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Nicki Suchenia
Nicki was appointed as Commissioner of State Revenue in August 2015. She began her career as a stamp duty assessor, followed by 17 years developing major State revenue legislative changes, including the introduction of the Taxation Administration Act and re-writes of the land tax, pay-roll tax and duties legislation. In 2012, Nicki moved into an operational role, as the director responsible for the collection of pay-roll tax and duties revenue in Western Australia. She has a Bachelor of Business in marketing from Curtin University and a Graduate Diploma in Taxation Studies from the University of Western Australia. - Current at 29 March 2016
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This was presented at Third Annual States' Taxation Conference .

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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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