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IGT recommends separate appeals area for ATO

Jeremy Geale explains the recommendation of establishment of a separate appeals area within ATO, reporting to a new Second Commissioner.
Modified date: 5/03/2015
Regulatory update
 

IGOT Report: The Management of Tax Disputes

Ross Hocking and Andy Bubb explain the Tax Disputes Management report's recommendation of creating a seperate ‘Appeals Group’ to manage ATO disputes.
Modified date: 5/03/2015
Regulatory update
 

Less litigation, more disputes: what does this mean for taxpayers?

Angela Wood and Angelina Lagana discuss the growing number of tax disputes and enlist most effective methods of resolving them early.
Modified date: 10/02/2015
Regulatory update
 

Tax risk management takes on a social and political dimension

From Google, to Apple Computer and Starbucks, effective tax planning is coming back to bite prominent companies.
Modified date: 30/01/2015
Business and industry issue
 

FOI – Expect the unexpected

Peter Murray and Andy Bubb discuss the potential value of FOI requests in the resolution of ATO disputes
Modified date: 21/01/2015
Regulatory update
 

The Use of Declaratory Proceedings – A Renewed Focus

Jeremy Geale and Amanda Leong observe the ATO’s increased support for the use of declaratory proceedings in tax matters.
Modified date: 1/12/2014
Regulatory update
 

Lessons from the GHP decision – Feedstock Expenditure & Overlap

Helen Gilfedder and Amanda Leong discuss the impact of GHP on the interpretation of the R&D legislative provisions.
Modified date: 1/12/2014
Regulatory update
 

Relevant evidence regarding the ATO penalties regime

Mark Poole highlights documentation as the relevant evidence in disputing the imposition of an administrative penalty.
Modified date: 19/11/2014
Regulatory update
 

Cutting the red tape from employee share plans

Jeremy Geale explains how new ASIC class orders will make it easier for listed and unlisted corporates to offer employee share plans.
Modified date: 14/11/2014
Regulatory update
 

Substantiation of R&D activities – Documentation is essential

Maria Lui and Andrew Strutt explain why record-keeping is necessary for research and development (R&D) claims.
Modified date: 13/11/2014
Regulatory update
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