Lunch & Learn: GST and Property (W170331)
These sessions are typically run the first Friday of every month between February and November with a wide range of high level experts providing insights into various aspects of the property industry.
This session presented by Suzanne McMahon - Senior Manager, Indirect Tax at KPMG, will focus on managing GST in complex property transactions.
Suzanne will cover off on Making GST work for you: Issues and Opportunities in Property
- GST issues to look out for in property transactions
- How to manage GST costs in a transaction – GST recovery, margin scheme, supply of going concerns, change of use
- Current hot topics
Senior Manager, Indirect Tax, KPMG
Suzanne is a senior manager in the indirect tax team at KPMG. She has over 15 years’ experience in indirect taxes, in both Europe and Australia, including nearly 10 years in the in-house tax team at the Royal Bank of Scotland plc. She began her career at HM Revenue and Customs Solicitor’s Office in the UK, and specialised in VAT litigation prior to moving into practice. She is admitted as a solicitor in two UK jurisdictions, and is a Chartered Tax Adviser, and has worked in global law firms in London and Edinburgh, and two accountancy practices. She has advised many clients across all business sectors – oil and gas, energy, IT, property, insurance, financial services, defence, public sector and not-for-profit and has advised on major property transactions for clients in the UK and WA.
|12:00pm||Registration and light lunch served|
Cost and Registration
|API Student Members||$48|
Attendance at this event will accrue 1 API CPD Point and 1 Dept of Commerce CPD Point (elective category two).
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