Improving the integrity of GST on certain property transactions.
|Venue:||Law Society Northern Territory, Level 3, 9 Cavenagh Street, Darwin|
|Cost:||$99 incl GST|
|Level:||Suitable for all levels of legal practice|
|Video Link:||NTLAC Alice Springs, 77 Hartley Street, Alice Springs. Please register through same link.|
This session will cover:
- the background to the measure
- an overview of the measure
- clarify who the ‘supplier’ is
- clarify who the ‘purchaser’ is
- state the transitional arrangements, including timeframes
Monique D'Zilva, Assistant Project Manager, ATO
Monique D’Zilva is Assistant Project Manager within ATO’s Indirect Tax business line. With over 17 years’ experience in Tax administration, in particular compliance, was recently helped implement legislative changes in the Precious Metals industry. She is a member of the core design team for improving the integrity of the GST system in relation to property transactions. This measure aims to collect the GST at the time of property settlement. Previous roles have included Audit Leader in Complex Assurance and Evasion and an Assistant Director in Risk and Strategy.
Monique holds a Bachelor of Business (Accountancy) is a long standing member of CPA Australia, with CIV in Training and Assessment.
Christiane Volaric, Risk Strategist, ATO
Christiane Volaric is a Risk Strategist in the ATO’s Indirect Tax business line. She has lengthy indirect tax technical experience, specialising in GST property issues. In her current role, Christiane identifies and monitors GST property-related risks across various market segments. This includes providing guidance to ATO staff in navigating complex contractual arrangements, GST interpretative and compliance issues, particularly in relation to retirement villages, commercial residential premises, property subdivisions and margin scheme transactions.
Earn 1 CPD point in Professional Skills in Legal Practice (CC) or Substantive Law (SL).
This session by ATO GST Project Team will cover:
1 the background to the measure
2 an overview of the measure
3 clarify who the ‘supplier’ is
4 clarify who the ‘purchaser’ is
5 state the transitional arrangements, including timeframes
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