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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

ATO launches revised Code of Settlement

Jeremy Geale discusses the ATO's Revised Code of Settlement to encourage settlement and resolution of tax disputes.
Modified date: 31/10/2014
Regulatory update

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
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