GST at Settlement Measure Seminar
This seminar is being presented in conjunction with AICSA and will cover the following:
- Details about the GST at Settlement measure that commences on 1 July 2018
- When withholding is required
- Transitional arrangements
- Outlining the process and the specific requirements for Purchasers and Developers (and their advisers/intermediaries)
- What the impacts are on the supplier
- What the impacts are on the purchaser
- The new process
- The two new forms
- How to obtain further advice or information from the ATO
|Date||Wednesday 2 May 2018|
|Time||4:30pm - 5:30pm|
Adelaide Showgrounds, Royal Banquet Room
Public entry from Main Arena or West Crescent
Centrally located with access from Leader St or Rose Tce
Free for individual REISA members
Book now as there are limited places available.
Monique D’Zilva is currently an Assistant Project Manager within the Indirect Tax business area of the ATO.
Monique has over 17 years’ experience in Tax administration across a range of areas, in particular compliance and was recently involved in the implementation of law change in the Precious Metals industry. She is currently 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 and holds a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment.
Neil Dixon is a Director in the GST Risk & Strategy area of the ATO’s Indirect Tax business line. Neil’s primary focus has been on GST property issues since 2007 and he currently manages the GST property technical strategy.
Neil’s experience includes providing guidance and resolving uncertainty on a range of complex property issues such as the GST margin scheme, retirement village GST apportionment, GST-free sales of going concerns, development leases, and characterisation of commercial residential premises versus residential premises. He has also been involved with drafting a number of GST public rulings, liaising with property industry associations on areas of concern, and regularly presents publicly available webinars on GST property topics.
Prior to joining the ATO in January 2000, Neil worked for 16 years as a field officer in a number of NSW Government departments including the State Revenue Office and the Office of Liquor & Gaming.
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