Miscellaneous 2001

Going, going, gone! - GST & the going concern concession

Source: Victoria

Published Date: 30 Aug 2001

This powerpoint presentation examines problems that arise from a GST perspective in acquisitions and disposals in general with particular references to what is a going concern for GST purposes.

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Going, going gone! - GST and the going concern concession

Author(s): Michael B Evans , David Evans


  • Published By: David Evans
  • Published On:30 Aug 2001
  • Took place at:Cumberland Resort, Lorne, Victoria

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Miscellaneous 2001

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