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Disruptive technologies and the GST law: Old problems in a new form paper

Published on 09 Sep 16 by NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper covers:

  • business v hobby
  • contractor v agent
  • characterisation and classification
  • form of consideration
  • permanent establishment, residency, and where the thing supplied is ‘done’
  • administration - tracing funds, recovery, and compliance.

Author profiles

Jeremy Geale CTA
Jeremy is the Deputy Commissioner for Review and Dispute Resolution, an independent area within the ATO responsible for the ATO’s approach to dispute resolution for all taxpayers. This includes responsibility for Independent Review of large corporate and small business audits, all objections and litigation, the ATO in-house facilitation service, other ADR approaches, the Independent Assurance of Settlements service, the Test Case Litigation Panel and Dispute Assist. Jeremy joined the ATO in January 2016, as the Deputy Chief Tax Counsel. - Current at 26 March 2021
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David Esposito
David is Tax Counsel with the ATO.
Current at 1 September 2016

 

This was presented at 2016 National GST Intensive .

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Individual sessions

International developments

Author(s):  Josephine Drum,  Suzanne KNEEN

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Old and new developments in tax administration

Author(s):  Gina LAZANAS,  Robyn THOMAS

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Speed update - Cases

Author(s):  Chris SIEVERS

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Issues in financial services

Author(s):  Alex Affleck,  Craig KLAPDOR,  George SPATHIS

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Identifying the supply for GST purposes

Author(s):  AH (Tony) SLATER

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