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|−|GST overview [ https: //www.ato.gov. au/Business/GST/ ATO GST Page] |+|
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|−|"Goods and services tax (GST) is a broad-based tax of 10% on most goods, services and other items sold or consumed in Australia." | |
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|−|The " most" in this statement is the most misleading word there is. |+|
|−|There are """ so"""" many variations, exemptions and interpretations. |+|
|−|* Most insurances |+|
|−|* Phone bills that still include the white/yellow pages listing |+|
|−|* Food |+|
that the and
|−|* Imported goods |+|
|−|* Digital goods |+|
|−|* Fees and charges |+|
|−|* Australian v non Australian companies |+|
|−|* Second hand goods |+|
|−|* Trading of going concerns |+|
|−|* Business to Business v Business to Consumer |+|
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