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Top 3 cases that influenced the tax world in 1999


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Jason is a Director in the Adelaide office of PricewaterhouseCoopers, and previously worked in the firm's Melbourne office. Jason has 10 years experience in advising on tax consulting and compliance work, including income tax, capital gains tax and international tax. He has considerable experience in advising clients on technical aspects and planning opportunities for their business operations and specific transactions. Jason has advised clients on the tax issues and structuring of cross border investments, as well as assisting with the ongoing international tax and compliance obligations of international investment.
Current at 30 July 2004
Garry Winter CTA
Garry heads Kelly & Co's Tax Law Group within its Corporate and Commercial Section. He advises in all areas of State and Federal tax law including international taxation arrangements, employee share schemes, superannuation, CGT, GST, taxation disputes, corporate and business structuring and restructuring, stamp duty and other indirect taxes. Garry is a member of the Taxation Institute's SA Technical Committee and the Law Council of Australia’s Taxation Committee. - Current at 01 June 2008
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Mervyn Burton CTA
Merv is a Director, Corporate Tax in KPMG’s Tax Division in Adelaide. Merv joined KPMG in 1999 prior to which he held senior positions within several technical areas of the ATO during a 15 year career. Merv provides tax advice on all areas of income tax including high net worth individuals, corporate tax, due diligence advice on sales and acquisitions (including structuring advice), international tax advice, capital gains tax and financing structures. - Current at 02 August 2011
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Top 3 Cases that Influenced the Tax World in 1999

Author(s):  Merv BURTON,  Jason ELLIS,  Garry WINTER

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