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Issues arising out of “disruptive” activities and the gig economy paper

Published on 25 Jul 19 by NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper covers:

  • payroll tax and the gig economy
  • fair work and the gig economy
  • case law
  • Uber Australia investigation.

 

Author profile

Stefanie Merlino
Stefanie is a Director in PwC’s Employment Taxes practice within the People & Organisation group based in Melbourne. Stefanie has over 12 years of experience in relation to employment tax-related issues, including payroll tax, fringe benefits tax, superannuation guarantee, contractor management, due diligence transactions, employee share schemes and employment tax policies and procedures. Stefanie regularly considers and advises clients on the various payroll tax provisions, with a particular focus on the “relevant contract” and employment agency provisions in relevant jurisdictions. Stefanie is a regular presenter on employment tax-related issues across a range of forums. Stefanie is admitted as a lawyer with the Victorian Supreme Court. - Current at 07 August 2019

 

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