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overview Charging GST & Non-charging GST Taxable supply Creditable acquistitions Importations

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Value added taxes Goods and services tax Howard Government Taxation in Australia Goods and Services Tax Bill Invoice Tax
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0 ► GST is payable at flat rate of 10% on supplies of most goods and services by registered entities and on importations of goods ► Input tax credits are available for GST charged on certain acquisitions and importations made by registered entities Charging GST ► GST is charged on: ▪ Taxable supplies ▪ Taxable importations ► GST is not charged on: ▪ Input taxed supplies ▪ GST-­‐free supplies ▪ Non-­‐taxable importations ► The rate of GST is 10% of the “value” of the taxable supplies or taxable importations ► Registered entities are entitled to input tax credits for GST charged on: Creditable acquisitions and Creditable importations Not charge GST on ► ‘GST-­‐free’ supplies’ (zero rated supplies) Div 38...
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