PwC Pay-roll Tax Seminar
17 November 2016
Level 15, Brookfield Place
125 St Georges Terrace
PwC's Employment Taxes team invite you to a seminar where we will share our insights into the current pay-roll tax landscape. This seminar is suitable for those who are ultimately responsible for pay-roll tax within an organisation.
Increased deficits in the WA state budget and unprecedented debt levels have increased pressure on the government to look at ways of increasing government revenue at a state level. Given taxation is expected to account for approximately 35% of all government revenue in 2016-17, there is an incentive for state revenue authorities to focus on state tax compliance in the coming years. Further, with transfer duty and land tax revenue forecast to decline in the short term, pay-roll tax is an important revenue driver for WA government.
An increase in audit activity and a shift in focus to reviewing integrity of systems and processes by revenue authorities means that it has never been more important for your organisation to ensure it's meeting its pay-roll tax compliance obligations. In addition, current market conditions mean that any unintended over payment in tax can have consequences on cash liquidity.
Is your organisation undertaking best practice processes in relation to pay-roll tax compliance? Have you taken advantage of concessions available? Does your organisation know how to effectively comply with a pay-roll tax audit without inefficiently using valuable time and resources? Can your organisation afford to incur significant penalties for non-compliance?
Please register your attendance by Monday 7 November 2016 using the following link: www.pwc.com.au/events/payroll-tax-perth2016
We look forward to seeing you there.
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