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GST

Transaction taxes like GST represent both a risk and an opportunity for your business. Insufficient consideration of the GST consequences of transactions can result in competitive disadvantage. Identifying and managing GST risk in the business is very different to corporate income tax. 

The ATO sees ‘integrity of business systems’ issues as one of the main GST risks for large business. ‘Best practice’ GST compliance and reporting are vital to free up scarce resources to concentrate on higher-value work. Our national GST team works across all industry sectors, helping our clients manage their GST risk and maximise their GST position.

Latest developments

American Express: High Court refuses special leave

American Express: High Court refuses special leave

A full bench of the High Court has refused American Express's application for special leave.
Deloitte review, 4 May 2011 
   
Retirement villages GST ruling finalised

Retirement villages GST ruling finalised

The ATO has finalised a GST public ruling on retirement villages.
Deloitte review, 27 April 2011 

   
Division 81 changes

Division 81 changes: GST treatment of taxes, fees and charges

A new Bill will affect the way government agencies decide if taxes, fees and charges are subject to GST. What should they be doing?
Deloitte review, 24 March 2011

   
Luxottica: Commissioner's appeal dismissed

Luxottica: Commissioner's appeal dismissed

The Full Court has dismissed the Commissioner’s appeal against the decision of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal.
Deloitte review, 23 February 2011

   
retrospective GST changes for residential premises

Retrospective GST changes for residential premises

The Federal Government has announced that it will retrospectively amend the GST law applying to supplies of some residential premises.
Deloitte review, 27 January 2011

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