GST 2012

GST issues impacting family planning

Source: South Australia

Published Date: 17 Sep 2012


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The going concern provision, do I just insert it in the contract? 

  • going concern compliance, what is required to be transferred?
  • issues where property/equipment/intellectual property held in separate entities
  • non-arm’s length transactions
  • GST groups
  • interaction with stamp duty.

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GST issues impacting family planning

Author(s): Michael Cranwell , Matthew Nicholls CTA


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