ATO approach to dispute resolution presentation

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Publication date: 14 Mar 12

Source: NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

Abstract:

This presentation covers:

  • explain the ATO approach to dispute resolution
  • guiding principles to the approach:
    • what it means for SME and micro business practitioners
  • ATO policies and guidelines
  • how the ATO approach plays out in practice
  • wider ATO initiatives in promoting dispute resolution.

Author profile:

Author Photo - Deborah Hastings
Deborah Hastings
Debbie leads the ATO's approach to dispute management and dispute resolution (including ADR) as well as litigation services and legal risk for the ATO. She is also responsible for independent review of large business audits, as well as managing large market objections. Debbie is a graduate of Sydney University with a Bachelor in Economics and Bachelor of Law. She has led strategic litigation matters in the AAT, Federal Court and High Court and has also been a member of the General Anti-Avoidance Panel and Public Rulings Panel.
Current at 28 August 2014
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