|December 02, 2020
|Online||T - +61 7 3231 2400
|$165.00 Incl. GST|
Have you ever had a client resolve a dispute and ask whether GST should be included in a settlement sum paid under a settlement deed? You're not alone!
Clients often ask their accountants to advise on the GST implications of a dispute resolution. In this webinar, we will work through case studies to help you advise clients on the GST implications of payments made to settle or resolve a dispute.
We will cover:
- the common misconception that a payment is not subject to GST because it's for damages – there's more to it than that!
- identifying the types of supplies that can be made under a settlement arrangement and the consideration for those supplies
- the consequences of getting the GST treatment wrong
- things to look out for in GST clauses.
After the webinar, you should be able to advise clients on the GST implications of payments made under agreements to settle a commercial dispute and identify risks with GST clauses in settlement agreements.
It will be recorded, so, if you are unable to attend at the advertised time, we will send you the live recording for future viewing.