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Money on the table for defective ATO administration

Publication date: 15 Jul 14 | Source: RETIREMENT & ESTATE PLANNING BULLETIN

Issue: Vol 17 No 4 May 2014

Pages: pp 46-47

Abstract:

Those who have suffered loss as a result of defective Australian Tax Office (ATO) administration may be eligible to claim compensation from the ATO. Such compensation will only be available in limited circumstances, and knowing when to enquire about the options can be a real "value add" for clients.

This article outlines what you need to know to ensure your clients do not miss out on any compensation they are entitled to.

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Daniel Butler CTA
Photo of author, Daniel BUTLER Dan is recognised as one of Australia’s leading SMSF lawyers complemented by his taxation and commercial expertise. He has worked predominantly in the fields of tax and superannuation over the past 30 years, is a qualified Chartered Tax Adviser, Chartered Accountant and has an MBA from the University of Melbourne. Dan is a regular seminar presenter on tax and SMSF topics and has published extensively in these areas. Dan regularly presents for the major professional bodies including the SMSF Association, The Tax Institute, Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand and DBA Network. Dan is a member of the ATO’s Superannuation Industry Relationship Network, the Chair of The Tax Institute’s National Superannuation Committee and is a member of the Law Institute of Victoria’s Tax Committee and is involved with a number of other tax and SMSF committees. Dan presents on the subject of Taxation of Superannuation at the University of Melbourne’s Master of Laws/Tax program. Dan is also a Specialist SMSF Advisor™. - Current at 06 December 2017
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Tina Conitsiotis
Tina is a Consultant for DBA Lawyers. - Current at 22 July 2013
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