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From the eye of the storm - Tax issues for entities nearing, or in insolvency paper


This paper covers:

  • the Commissioner's recovery and collection powers, including the ATO Receivables Policy and practical issues
  • where the Commissioner stands in priority, Bruton Holdings, PM Developments and other developments
  • personal liability of directors, trustees, liquidators and receivers
  • key tax issues.

Author profiles:

Author Photo - Sarah Blakelock CTA
Sarah Blakelock CTA
Sarah is a partner in KPMG’s Tax, Disputes & Controversy team. Sarah assists taxpayers and their advisers in the resolution of tax disputes with both the federal and state revenue authorities, whether at risk review, audit or objection stage, through strategic engagement and negotiation with the revenue authorities. Sarah also has extensive experience in the conduct of litigated tax disputes before the federal and state courts and tribunals and the High Court. Current at 18 August 2016 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Sarah Blakelock.
Author Photo - Leonard Hertzman CTA
Leonard Hertzman CTA
Len recently joined the ATO as an Assistant Commissioner with the Tax Counsel Network and is based in Perth. He was previously a tax partner at Ashurst and has worked as a tax lawyer for over 25 years in Australia and Canada. He is a member of the WA State Council of The Tax Institute. Current at 29 May 2015 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Len HERTZMAN.

This was presented at 25th National Convention.

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Individual sessions

Bamford v Federal Commissioner of Taxation

Author(s):  Terry MURPHY

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Bamford v Federal Commissioner of Taxation

Author(s):  Mark L ROBERTSON

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International tax - An update

Author(s):  Lee BURNS

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TOFA ATO impacts

Author(s):  David HUME

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The capital v revenue distinction for labour costs

Author(s):  Frank DRENTH

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