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  • No.006 Monday, 27 February 2006 GOODS AND SERVICES TAX (GST) AND REAL PROPERTY The Government will amend the GST law to remove uncertainty in relation to the GST treatment of some types of real property, the Minister for Revenue and Assistant Treasurer, Peter Dutton, announced today. ”The decision of the
    Date: 27/02/2006 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/D2WI6 - Source: MINISTER FOR REVENUE AND... - Author: DUTTON, Peter, MP

  • No.057 Monday June 20, 2005 TAX LAWS AMENDMENT (2005 MEASURES NO. 1) BILL 2005 The Australian Government will move some minor amendments in the Senate concerning the GST integrity measure dealing with the offshore supply of rights and options contained in Schedule 3 of Tax Laws Amendment (2005 Measures No.
    Date: 20/06/2005 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/NSEG6 - Source: MINISTER FOR REVENUE AND... - Author: BROUGH, Mal

  • MAL BROUGH Minister for Revenue and Assistant Treasurer 18 July 2004 - 26 January 2006 No.052 Tuesday, 7 June 2005 TAX LAWS AMENDMENT (2005 MEASURES NO. 2) BILL 2005 The Government will make changes to Tax Laws Amendment (2005 Measures No. 2) Bill 2005 to ensure the GST real property
    Date: 07/06/2005 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/LWAG6 - Source: MINISTER FOR REVENUE AND... - Author: BROUGH, Mal

  • No.050 Monday, 6 June 2005 GST TO THANK FOR QUEENSLAND BUDGET POSITION Queensland Treasurer, Terry Mackenroth, should thank the GST for the state’s Budget position rather than boasting about “the best Budget ever delivered in Queensland’s history”. Queensland will receive a total of $7374 million in 2004-05 from GST receipts.
    Date: 06/06/2005 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/CF9G6 - Source: MINISTER FOR REVENUE AND... - Author: BROUGH, Mal

  • No.034 Tuesday 10th May, 2005 GOODS AND SERVICES TAX — CHANGES TO THE VOUCHERS PROVISIONS The Australian Government intends to amend the vouchers provisions contained in Division 100 of the A New Tax System (Goods and Services Tax) Act 1999 (the GST Act) to clarify that prepaid phone products are
    Date: 10/05/2005 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/TB1G6 - Source: MINISTER FOR REVENUE AND... - Author: BROUGH, Mal

  • Joel Fitzgibbon MP Shadow Assistant Treasurer Shadow Minister for Revenue Shadow Minister for Banking and Financial Services 29 April 2005 Bailey rebuffs Brough on GST and Tourism Minister Bailey publicly disowned Minister’s Brough’s proposal to impose GST on foreign tour operators (FTOs). This comes after Government Senators also backed away
    Date: 29/04/2005 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/UEVF6 - Source: SHADOW MINISTER FOR REVEN... - Author: FITZGIBBON, Joel, MP

  • MEDIA RELEASE AUSTRALIAN LABOR PARTY 26 April 2005 Joel Fitzgibbon MP Martin Ferguson MP Shadow Assistant Treasurer Shadow Minister for Tourism Shadow Minister for Revenue Shadow Minister for Banking and Financial Services TAX AND TOURISM EXPERTS SLAM MINISTER BROUGH The nation’s leading tax and tourism experts today condemned an inept
    Date: 26/04/2005 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/T8UF6 - Source: SHADOW MINISTER FOR REVEN... - Author: FERGUSON, Martin, (f...

  • No.009 Thursday 10th February, 2005 TAX CHANGES TO HELP MORE AUSTRALIANS The Government today introduced the Taxation Laws Amendment (2005 Measures No.1) Bill 2005, with key features giving effect to a number of the Coalition’s pre-election commitments. The Minister for Revenue and Assistant Treasurer, Mal Brough, announced that the legislation
    Date: 10/02/2005 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/XX5F6 - Source: MINISTER FOR REVENUE AND... - Author: BROUGH, Mal

  • No.020 Thursday 8th December 2004 GOVERNMENT FULFILS GST PROMISE TO RESIDENTS IN RETIREMENT VILLAGES The Howard Government today delivered on a pre-election promise to guarantee GST concessions for residents of serviced apartments in retirement villages who require daily living or nursing assistance. The Tax Laws Amendment (Retirement Villages) Bill 2004
    Date: 08/12/2004 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/5IPE6 - Source: MINISTER FOR REVENUE AND... - Author: BROUGH, Mal

  • No.009 29 October 2004 DRAFT LEGISLATION ON LONG-TERM CONTRACTS RELEASED FOR CONSULTATION The Government today released the details of draft legislation to deal with the GST treatment of long-term non-reviewable contracts, inviting interested parties to comment on the proposed measures. Long-term non reviewable contracts have transitional GST-free treatment which ends
    Date: 29/10/2004 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/RTAE6 - Source: MINISTER FOR REVENUE AND... - Author: BROUGH, Mal

  • C041/04 11 May 2004 GOODS AND SERVICES TAX AND BARTER TRADE EXCHANGE SCHEMES The Government has decided that the supply of an interest in, or under, a barter trade exchange scheme (barter scheme) will not be treated as an input taxed financial supply for GST purposes, the Minister for Revenue
    Date: 11/05/2004 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/6RGC6 - Source: MINISTER FOR REVENUE AND... - Author: COONAN, Helen

  • C042/04 11 May 2004 GST AND EXTENSION OF THE CONCESSION FOR VETERANS' CARS The Government will extend the GST-free motor vehicle concession for veterans to include a new category of severely injured veterans under the Military Rehabilitation and Compensation Scheme (MRCS), the Minister for Revenue and Assistant Treasurer, Senator Helen
    Date: 11/05/2004 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/7RGC6 - Source: MINISTER FOR REVENUE AND... - Author: COONAN, Helen

  • David Cox MP Shadow Minister for Revenue and Assistant Treasurer Member for Kingston Contact: David Cox 0418 847 830 or Angela Jackson 0417 815 124 TAX OFFICE’S GST SYSTEM OUT OF CONTROL If you are having trouble with your BAS statement, it may give you some satisfaction to know that
    Date: 03/03/2004 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/QNTB6 - Source: SHADOW MINISTER FOR REVEN... - Author: COX, David

  • David Cox MP Shadow Minister for Revenue and Assistant Treasurer Member for Kingston Contact: David Cox 0418 847 830 or Angela Jackson 0417 815 124 BRACKET CREEP HOLDS THE SURPLUS TOGETHER The only thing holding the budget surplus together is almost $6 billion of bracket creep over the next two
    Date: 14/01/2004 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/W3DB6 - Source: SHADOW MINISTER FOR REVEN... - Author: COX, David

  • C109/03 21 November 2003 GST AND LONG-TERM NON-REVIEWABLE CONTRACTS The Government intends to revise the way GST will be applied to long-term non-reviewable contracts that will not have had a review opportunity by 30 June 2005, Minister for Revenue and Assistant Treasurer, Senator Helen Coonan, announced today. Under special transitional
    Date: 21/11/2003 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/JNZA6 - Source: MINISTER FOR REVENUE AND... - Author: COONAN, Helen

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