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KPMG boosts legal strength

KPMG Australia has announced the hiring of senior lawyers from Maddocks’ tax controversy practice.
Modified date: 15/10/2014
Press release
 

Freedom of Information: Tips for a well-crafted request

Peter Murray deciphers the critical elements of a freedom of information request during a dispute.
Modified date: 30/09/2014
Business and industry issue; Regulatory update
 

The IGOT work programme - what's in store for 2014/2015?

Amanda Leong explores the possible impacts of the Inspector General of Taxation's forward work programme.
Modified date: 16/09/2014
Regulatory update
 

A principled approach to ATO debt recovery

Peter Murray elucidates the ATO's approach to debt recovery when tax disputes arise.
Modified date: 29/08/2014
Regulatory update
 

Income tax assessments: Object or amend?

Catherine Dean clarifies the difference between making an objection and requesting an amendment, when tax return errors arise.
Modified date: 13/08/2014
Regulatory update
 

Dispute settlement: Is there a GST sting in the tail?

Kate Law reminds taxpayers involved in disputes to consider whether GST is payable on the settlement sum.
Modified date: 15/07/2014
Regulatory update
 

Fixed trust for tax purposes – continuing uncertainty

David Marschke discusses the continuing uncertainty surrounding the defining characteristics of a fixed trust
Modified date: 24/06/2014
Regulatory update
 

Contemporaneous Documentation and the Tax Dispute Lifecycle

Peter Murray praises the utility of good contemporaneous documentation for supporting a taxpayer’s position in a dispute with the ATO.
Modified date: 13/06/2014
Regulatory update
 

Non-residents beware

Jeremy Geale observes a recent spate of ATO notices requiring non-residents to provide security for future tax debts, under certain circumstances.
Modified date: 26/05/2014
Regulatory update
 

Absolute Entitlement – Beware the Trustee’s Power of Disposal

Mark Poole explores a recent Federal Court decision on the concept of ‘absolute entitlement’ to a trust, and what that could mean for taxpayers.
Modified date: 9/05/2014
Regulatory update
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