Published on 24 May 07
by NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
In many cases the taxpayer has critical problems in succeeding in their dealings with the ATO (or subsequently on appeal) because of aspects concerning the transaction that have been overlooked or incorrectly carried out when implementing the arrangement including:
- the need to accurately identify the client’s objectives
- can it be done?
- correcting flaws including by rectification.
AH (Tony) SLATER
Tony has been in practice at the Bar since 1981 and took silk in 1992. Before coming to the Bar, he practiced first as a Solicitor and then as a Chartered Accountant. His principle area of practice is revenue law. Extensive experience in advising and appearing for both revenue authorities and taxpayers allows him to review issues with an appreciation of the approach and arguments likely to be adopted by both sides to any dispute.
Current at 11 April 2007 Current at 23 October 2007
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