Australian GST Handbook (Westlaw AU)

Australian GST Handbook (Westlaw AU)

By Ian Murray-Jones

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Thomson Reuters, AUSTRALIA

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Description

The Australian GST Handbook 2015-16 comprehensively explains the operation of the GST system, covering all aspects of the GST legislation and its relationship with other taxes, including income tax and FBT.

The Handbook uses a highly explanatory style, with a depth of coverage and analysis not matched by other GST guides. Its emphasis is on practical explanations of the GST system, with a critical appraisal of relevant legislation, rulings and cases. Solid understanding of all areas is facilitated by overviews and worked examples.

Written from practical GST experience, the Handbook is indispensable for practitioners and students alike. The 2015-16 edition is accurate and up-to-date as at 1 July 2015, and is available in August 2015.

The online version of the Australian GST Handbook is updated quarterly throughout the year.

Australian GST Handbook is also available as an e-book.

What’s new in 2015:

  • New chapters on GST and trusts and GST and partnerships
  • Important new rules affecting GST refunds and the passing on rules
  • Practical commentary on GST and bitcoin, as well as updated commentary on the sale of property which has sitting tenants following the High Court decision in MBI Properties
  • Rewritten chapters on input tax credits, residential property, second-hand goods and restructured chapter on GST exports
  • GST adjustments updated: bad and overdue debts; government entities and GST; adjustments involving going concerns
  • Rewritten commentary on the consequences of GST registration being cancelled

Features

  • Logically structured with lots of examples and a user-friendly index to quickly locate key information
  • Focuses on issues that are most relevant to practitioners, with special attention on how the ATO interprets relevant legislation
  • Drawing on issues raised from Thomson Reuters’ Tax Q&A service, provides insights into practical GST problems

Table of Contents

  • Summary of Developments.
  • Overview of GST.
  • Key GST Concepts.
  • GST-free Supplies.
  • Input-taxed Supplies.
  • Special Rules – Transactions.
  • Special Rules – Entities.
  • GST Administration.
  • GST in Practice.
  • Transitional Rules and Pending Developments.
  • Tables: Legislation; Cases; Rulings and determinations; Commissioner’s legislative determinations; ATO interpretative decisions.
  • Index.

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