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LexisNexis Annotated Statutes of Singapore: Goods and Services Tax Act

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Format : eBook
No of Pages : 514
Edition :2015 Edition
Country :Singapore
Published Date :2015
Compatible with : Desktop iOS Android

Book Description

This book focuses on the latest version of the Goods and Services Tax Act and provides an excellent resource for the many interesting and significant developments in GST, particularly in recent years. It comprehensively explains how GST as a broad based consumption tax levied on the import of goods as well as nearly all supplies of goods and services in Singapore impacts upon individuals and businesses alike.


An authoritative resource on the GST Act and a must-have for practitioners in the field and business enterprises, this book provides a timely resource for those who need to explore or understand this area of law.


Key Features: 


- Up-to-date, complete and succinct, yet in-depth in its annotations
- Annotations are referenced by paragraph numbers and where necessary, bold headings are used to identify key phrases or subsections arising in each provision
- Include proposed changes announced in Budget 2015 that will be duly commented on in this work, where appropriate


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About the Author(s)

Irving Aw

Irving is currently a Director of Camford Law Corporation, representing corporate and individual clients in contentious and non-contentious tax matters across all tax types. Before joining Camford Law Corporation, Iriving was a Partner with Rajah & Tann LLP. Prior to that he spent more than seven years with the Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore Authority of Singapore where he regularly advised the Authority on tax matters and represented the Authority in tax appeals. 

Irving pursued his legal studies on an IRAS Undergraduate Scholarship. He obtained his LL.B. (Hons) from the London School of Economics and Political Science, where he was recipient of the Hughes Parry Prize, followed by his JD from Columbia Law School.