Published on 10 Oct 09
by VICTORIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
Too often disputes with the Commissioner spiral out of control because of poor planning and
no thought given to any preparatory steps a taxpayer could take to minimise costs and further
This paper considers strategies tax advisors can adopt when a taxpayer needs to prepare for a review or resolve a dispute with the Commissioner, so to ensure that a taxpayer's tax exposure and costs are minimised.
Peter is a Corporate Advisory and Tax Partner at Gadens and has 32 years' experience in tax. He was previously a specialist M&A Tax Partner at a Big 4 accounting firm and served as chair of the firm's Global M&A Tax practice. Since moving to the law in 2013 Peter has blended his existing transaction focus in private equity, energy, property and infrastructure with the structuring of SMEs and private assets. This latter experience has exposed him to the inequities of the administration of family law and the need to proactively structure matrimonial arrangements.
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09 March 2020