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Running a matter in the Administrative Appeals Tribunal paper

Published on 22 May 14 by NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper covers:

  • about the Tribunal
  • why would you take a matter to the AAT?
  • running a matter in the Tribunal: a practical overview
  • the small Taxation Claims Tribunal
  • what to avoid.

Author profiles

John Balazs CTA
John Balazs is a partner in boutique Sydney firm BLW LLP. He was a tax partner at Baker & McKenzie, Sydney for 10 years from 1998, and the senior tax partner for most of that time. John has established himself as a leading practitioner in income tax, with a particular emphasis on international tax. A graduate of the University of Sydney, John has a Master of Laws (First Class Honours). Prior to joining Baker & McKenzie, John was a partner of Ernst & Whinney and then Ernst & Young before joining Price Waterhouse Europe as a partner. Whilst with Price Waterhouse, John led the tax practice in Hungary in the period immediately following the end of communism - Current at 19 September 2018
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