The new tax agent services regime - implications for taxpayers.
01 Nov 07 |
Issue: Issue 10 2007
Taxpayers who use the services of tax agents will face increased costs under the proposed new tax agent services regime and may not be able to limit the scope of engagements by asking agents to make factual assumptions. This article looks at the impact of the proposed measures and urges a broader application of the provisions removing penalties for tax shortfalls arising from tax agent errors and the removal of the requirement for tax agents to verify their clients' instructions.
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Sue is a partner at EY specialising in tax controversy. Sue has worked in tax for more than 25 years, including roles in major law firms and executive roles within the firms in which she has been a partner. Sue was the President of The Tax Institute in 2008, has been a member of several advisory boards, has participated in many consultative forums and lectures in the University of Melbourne Masters of Law program. Sue was a member of the instructing solicitor team working on the Placer Dome litigation.
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