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Hot topics in GST: Where did all the heat go? paper

Published on 08 Sep 16 by NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper covers:

  • the GST symposium/intensive 2001-16
  • property issues and their resolution
  • cross-border issues and their resolution
  • financial supplies issues (including input tax credit recovery) and their resolution
  • GST compliance & systems issues and their resolution.

Author profile

Rhys Penning
Rhys Penning is a Partner in EY’s Indirect Tax practice, specialising in GST with a sector focus on infrastructure and real estate projects and transactions. He has extensive experience in financing structures with a view to maximising GST recoveries/minimising GST leakage for transaction parties. Coming from a legal background, Rhys marries deep technical knowledge and experience with a practical approach to identifying and reporting GST obligations and entitlements in a commercial context. - Current at 21 October 2016
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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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Disruptive technologies and the GST law: Old problems in a new form

Author(s):  Jeremy GEALE,  David Esposito

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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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