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Taxing the digital economy – The end of the (tax) world as we know it? paper

Published on 11 Mar 20 by NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper covers:

  • digital economy: episode I – the (Phantom) Menace
  • the resistance (OECD) in action
  • digital economy: episode II – attack of the taxes
  • Australia should restore the balance
  • difficulties businesses and advisors face in navigating current uncertainty
  • episode IV – a new hope
  • the end of the (tax) world?

Author profiles

Simon Thorp ATI
Simon is a Tax Partner with KPMG Sydney and has over twenty five years’ experience in working with predominantly technology, telecommunication and media companies. Simon has worked with an array of multinational businesses and now spends most of his time working with emerging Australian technology businesses globalise their operations. - Current at 04 October 2019
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John LOCKE
Aylin Harapoz
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Sandy Chan

 

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