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It's Birthday Time (GST)


GST is one year old, but has it come to the party? How bright are its short and long term futures? And in light of the aftermath of GST in New Zealand, how can GST in Australia be improved?

Author profiles

John Haig FTI
John Haig is an adviser and tax agent who specialises in the more complex issues in GST, wine tax and luxury car tax as well as supporting clients while they are undergoing an ATO audit. John has advised many clients and their taxation and legal advisers, delivered many presentations, and authored many papers on the major issues in GST, which inevitably involves a strong focus on real property transactions. He is a Fellow of The Tax Institute, a member of the Indirect Taxes Subcommittee of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand, and a CPA. - Current at 16 June 2017
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Anthony Fitzgerald
Anthony is Head of Indirect Tax at ANZ Banking Group. He is a Chartered Accountant with extensive experience in indirect tax in the financial services industry. Anthony has over 20 years experience in indirect tax having previously held positions at NAB, as a partner at a boutique indirect tax practice in Melbourne and at PwC. Anthony has led bankwide apportionment reviews, advises on a range of complex transactions and regularly interacts with senior members of the ATO. Anthony is also a key contributor to the indirect tax working committees of relevant industry associations in addressing various issues currently facing the financial services industry. - Current at 30 September 2019
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