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    What are the tax traps for receivers selling assets?

    Different tax obligations apply if a distressed asset is sold by a receiver or by a creditor as mortgagee-in-possession...

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    New Zealand tax reform in 2019

    Taxation reform is part of New Zealand’s Business Transformation program, so what’s changing in the tax landscape in 2019?...

  3. Submission on ATO estimating GST

    PCG2019/D4 – estimating GST – CAANZ expresses caution...

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  4. Joint submission – ATO draft guidance on car parking fringe benefits

    Joint submission on ATO guidance on car parking fringe benefits calls for legislation change...

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  5. Submission on PUB00352 Changing GST treatment after reducing the previously agreed consideration

    CA ANZ disagrees with the position taken in the draft. In our view, a credit note may be issued where there has been a change in GST treatment (for example, GST is incorrectly charged on a zero rated...

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  6. Submission on Supplies by NZ hunting outfitters and taxidermists to overseas hunters

    CA ANZ recently provided feedback on this item which considers the GST treatment of supplies made to overseas hunters. This draft Interpretation Statement considered the GST treatment of supplies made...

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  7. PCG 2019/D4 - Expansion of estimates regime to GST, LCT and WET

    CAANZ calls for SES review of GST estimates made by the ATO...

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    Australian GST reform debate heats up

    Australia can learn a lot from New Zealand’s GST reforms but there are no easy fixes...

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    Measuring Australia's GST gap

    Tax gap estimates track the performance and integrity of the tax system – but how accurate is it?...

  10. A budget built on middle class economics

    Tax Leader Michael Croker says corporate Australia would be disappointed by the painfully slow approach to company tax rate reductions...

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