- maintains appropriate records for the duration of the relevant legislation; and
- provides information as requested.
- prices to be charged for any goods and services is inclusive of the Goods & Services Tax (GST) amount;
- where required, a valid tax invoice is acquired for each purchase to enable the University to claim input tax credits for the purposes of GST; and
- contracts for the acquisition or the sale of goods and services appropriately address taxation issues.
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|To ensure compliance with the University's taxation obligations
|Finance - Taxation
|25 Aug 2022
|Next Review Date
|25 Aug 2027
|Chief Financial Officer
|Finance and Business Services
Fringe Benefits Tax Assessment Act 1986
A New Tax System (Goods & Services Tax) Act 1999
Australian National University Act 1991
Income Tax Assessment (1997 Act) Regulations 2021
Information generated and received by ANU staff in the course of conducting business on behalf of ANU is a record and should be captured by an authorised recordkeeping system. To learn more about University records and recordkeeping practice at ANU, see ANU recordkeeping and Policy: Records and archives management.