Miscellaneous 2022

Gig economy and payroll tax implications

Source: New South Wales

Published Date: 19 May 2022


With many implications to consider about the gig economy, this presentation discusses:

  • Who is an employee/who is a contractor
  • Employment agency rules and other commercial arrangements
  • Jurisdictional nexus issues
  • Related payroll tax impacts

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Gig economy and payroll tax implications

Author(s): Andrew Rider CTA


  • Published By: Andrew Rider CTA
  • Published On:19 May 2022
  • Took place at:Sofitel Sydney Wentworth

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Miscellaneous 2022

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