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ATO reiterates its views on tax avoidance and corporate governance

Publication date: 01 Apr 05 | Source: WEEKLY TAX BULLETIN

Issue: No 13 1 April 2005

Pages: 479-481


In his address to the 2005 Taxation Institute of Australia National Convention, The Commissioner of Taxation made known some key trends in the ATO's approach to corporate taxpayers. Included in his remarks was his and the ATO's continued focus on audits and tax risk management.


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Glenn Williams
Glenn is a Partner in Ernst & Young's Tax Controversy Practice. Glenn has in excess of 25 years corporate and international tax experience. Glenn is experienced in evaluating risk and dealing with senior financial management and the Board on these matters and has a proven record in successfully dealing with ATO reviews and audits. Glenn is an advisor to the G100 group and the Inspector General of Taxation and is also a member of a number of ATO working groups, including recent work in relation to Reportable Tax Positions. - Current at 25 August 2011
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Margherita Antonelli
Margherita is a Partner within Ernst & Young's tax reporting and operations group. Margherita has over 20 years experience in the coordination of Australian and international tax planning, advice and compliance both in income tax and transaction taxes. Margherita's current focus includes advising clients on the implementation of tax risk management strategies, frameworks and processes. - Current at 23 July 2007
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