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Employees of the gig and sharing economy / by Bill Mavropoulos

By: Mavropoulos, Bill.
Series: Taxation in Australia.Publisher: Australia, The Tax Institute Edition: 53 (7), February 2019.Description: 367-371, 5 pages.Subject(s): Australia | Tax | Contractors | Employment contracts | Payroll | Superannuation | Tax law | EmployeesOnline resources: Download from Online Journals Summary: Advises many businesses presume the gig and sharing economy exempts them from adhering to employment taxes. Looks into whether this is accurate, including superannuation liabilities, payroll tax and general employment law.
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Advises many businesses presume the gig and sharing economy exempts them from adhering to employment taxes. Looks into whether this is accurate, including superannuation liabilities, payroll tax and general employment law.

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