GST is part of everyday life in New Zealand. Being so much part of everything we do in business, the basics of this tax are often taken for granted or overlooked. In most cases the GST impact of a transaction is straight-forward. In some case a lack of understanding of the basics can lead to costly mistakes.
This webinar will provide a clear analysis of the basics of the legislation and will give attendees the tools they need to
work with GST.
Specifically, the webinar will cover:
- The difference between taxable, exempt and zero-rated supplies
- Going concerns & sales of land between registered persons
- What a supply is
- Exempt supplies
- The requirements for registration
- What constitutes a taxable activity
- How to determine the value and time of a supply
- The requirements of a tax invoice
- The GST accounting methods and periods
Upon satisfactory completion of this webinar you will be able to:
- Identify the rules and their application
- Be confident in the basics of GST
- Better understand rules that apply to areas not encountered everyday
Total CPD Hours: 1
This is an introduction to GST and would best suit anybody beginning work in an accountancy practice or a financial
position within a business. It would also be a great refresher for those who have worked with GST but never had the
time to fully study the basics of the law.
It is suitable for corporate accountants, those in public practice, those working in law and accounting and general business
Mike Hadwin, Director, Symmetry Advisory
Mike has been a regular presenter for TEO Training for 18 years. You’ll learn from Mike’s 30-plus years of tax experience
as a public CA and facilitator. His clear presentation style enables you to quickly understand and apply practical learning
concepts to common situations you may face in your role.
- 30 January 2020
10:00 am - 11:00 am