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The Report of the Tax Consultative Committee

Date:

Friday, 13 November 1998

Content ID:

168

Abstract:

This document is the result of the consultation process outlined in Tax Reform: not a new tax, a new tax system, to assist in determining the final design of five key matters in the GST (Health, Education, Religious Services, Charities and Motor Vehicles).

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The Report of the Tax Consultative Committee  881.89kb

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Preliminaries  4.84kb
Chapter 1: Terms of Reference and Recommendations  25.02kb
Chapter 2: Context  6.24kb
Chapter 3: The GST  20.62kb
Chapter 4: Health  58.58kb
Chapter 5: Education  42.14kb
Chapter 6: Religious Services  9.17kb
Chapter 7: Non-Commercial Activities of Charities  24.17kb
Chapter 8: Motor Vehicles - Transitional Arrangements  76.32kb

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The Report of the Tax Consultative Committee  989.73kb
Appendix A: Government Policy  129.26kb
Appendix A: Fact Sheet - Private Health Insurance  303.81kb
Appendix A: Fact Sheet - Transitional Arrangements for the GST  302.88kb
Appendix A: Fact Sheet - Application of the GST on Charities and Religious Services  177.77kb
Appendix A: Fact Sheet - Application of the GST on Education  306.32kb
Appendix A: Fact Sheet - Application of the GST on Health Services  316.77kb
Appendix A: Fact Sheet - Application of the GST on Nursing Homes, Hospices and Hostels  175.35kb
Appendix A: Letter from Prime Minister John Howard regarding the impact of the GST on Education  885.22kb
Appendix B: References  63.87kb
Appendix B: Determination under the Student Assistance Act 1973  2,989.33kb
Appendix C: Submissions  273.48kb

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