GoCatch accuses Uber X of tax evasion

The Australian Taxation Office is looking to clear up how GST applies to new ride sharing services like uberX by July, after numerous complaints from competitors who claim it is being allowed to flout the law with impunity.

Ned Moorfield the chief of taxi booking app GoCatch, has complained to the tax office alleging uberX is evading tax and has warned it will become a powerful monopoly if governments don't either crack down on it or legalise ride sharing.

The ATO told Fairfax Media on Friday, "participation in these new business models varies, and tax obligations and entitlements will reflect this".

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