GST Complexities – Some recurring issues (Seminar)

Since GST legislation was introduced in 1986 many accountants still struggle to cope with a number of
complex GST issues.

This webcast is intended to review a number of GST complexities and shed some light on the issues. Rather than
purely a technical analysis we will select and tackle “real life” issues.

The webcast will use case studies as a way of presenting the issues. The content will review the applicable GST law
and interpretation as it applies to the specific issues. The issues covered in the webcast will include:

  • Adjustments for private use of assets
  • Zero rating of land sales
  • Sales of going concerns
  • Dealing with associated people
  • What activity constitutes a “taxable activity”
  • Ceasing a taxable activity
  • Renting out holiday homes
  • E-commerce
  • Common IRD audit issues


The 3 hour seminar will be followed up with a 1 hour question and answer webinar

Upon satisfactory completion of the webcast you will be able to:

  • Have an increased understanding of the GST issues in the areas covered
  • Have more confidence in advising SME clients on the issues covered in the webcast
  • have a greater awareness of options available and the GST implications of the options


Total CPD Hours: 3.5 (3 hours + 0.5 to 1 hour Q&A webinar)


Suited to:

This webcast will be suited to intermediate through to advanced accountants in public practice and is also suitable for
corporate accountants of private companies.



Mike Hadwin, Director, Symmetry Advisory

Mike has been a regular presenter for TEO Training for 18 years. You will learn from Mike’s 35-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.

  • 19 November 2020
    9:30 am - 12:30 pm
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