Miscellaneous 2008

Indirect tax issues on buying and selling businesses

Source: Victoria

Published Date: 24 Jul 2008


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This paper covers:

  • GST and stamp duty applicable to earn-out arrangements
  • GST and going concern exemption
  • financial supplies and claiming input tax credits on acquisitions
  • stamp duty tricks and traps
  • mortgage duty.

Individual Session

Indirect tax issues on buying and selling businesses

Author(s): Andrew Spalding


  • Published By: Andrew Spalding
  • Published On:24 Jul 2008
  • Took place at:Kooyong Tennis Club, Melbourne

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Miscellaneous 2008

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