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Managing an ATO audit

Publication date: 19 Nov 13 | Source: KEEPING GOOD COMPANIES

Issue: Vol 65 No 10 Nov 2013

Pages: pp 626-629

Abstract:

In July 2013, the Australian Tax Office (ATO) published a new version of its annual report setting out what it is doing to manage the risks to and maintain the integrity of Australia's taxation and superannuation systems over the following 12 months. Compliance in focus 2013/14 aims to provide further explanation of the ATO's key activities and focus areas.

This article also looks at how to be ready for an ATO audit before it commences, the opportunities that exist to respond to ATO facts and position papers, and how taxpayers are increasingly resorting to alternative dispute resolution processes with the ATO.

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Author profiles

Clinton Harding CTA
Clint is a partner at Arnold Bloch Leibler and leads the Sydney taxation practice. Clint advises across most taxes, with particular expertise in corporate and international tax, the taxation of financial instruments and transactions, and the management of tax audits and disputes with the ATO. Clint is the author of numerous tax articles, a regular presenter, and is currently a working member of The Tax Institute’s Large Business and International Committee. In 2018, Clint won The Tax Institute’s Corporate Tax Adviser of the Year Award and is the National Chair of the Law Council of Australia’s Taxation Committee. - Current at 26 June 2019
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Paul Sokolowski CTA
Photo of author, Paul SOKOLOWSKI Paul is a partner and the national taxation practice leader at Arnold Bloch Leibler. Paul advises clients, including high-net-worth individuals, large private groups and public entities in tax reviews, audits, disputes and litigation, and in domestic and international transactions. Paul is a regular speaker and writer for the Tax Institute, and other organisations and publications. He actively contributes to tax policy, legislative, technical and administrative development and debate. In March this year, Paul won The Tax Institute’s 2019 Chartered Tax Advisor of the Year Award. - Current at 19 June 2019
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