Miscellaneous 2013

GST and interaction with other taxes

Published Date: 10 Oct 2013


GST applies concurrently with a range of other taxes. It is important to understand how GST and those other taxes interact to be able to recognise and plan to avoid unintended consequences (including situations of paying “tax on tax”). This presentation examines:

  • GST and assessable income/deductions
  • difference between consolidated groups and GST groups – membership and effects
  • FBT interactions
  • compulsory super contributions
  • state tax (includes payroll tax, land tax and valuations).

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Miscellaneous 2013

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