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Division 7A–The Commissioner’s discretion paper

Published on 17 Oct 08 by VICTORIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

Division 7A remains forever changed because the Commissioner has an unfettered discretion to ignore the operation of Division 7A since 2002. Although Practice Statement PSLA 2007/20 has since lapsed, the only way in which any previous Division 7A issues can now be dealt with is by seeking a favorable exercise of discretion by the Commissioner. This paper covers:

  • what needs to be disclosed to the Commissioner and more importantly what shouldn't be disclosed
  • tips and traps in dealing with the ATO on Division 7A.

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