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When the ATO comes knocking…paper


This paper covers:

  • the ATO compliance cycle
  • the ATO risk differentiation framework
  • compliance cycle stages
  • record retention
  • information gathering.

Author profiles

Craig Jackson CTA
Craig is a Partner at EY with over 25 years' experience in advising leading domestic and multinational corporations on the management and resolution of ATO Active Compliance Processes including complex tax risk reviews (including PCRs), tax audits and disputes. Craig specialises in corporate tax, Part IVA, partnership and service trusts and has a wide client base across the entertainment and media; information technology; distribution; finance and gaming industries. Craig is involved in consultation with the ATO in relation to a range of active compliance related initiatives. - Current at 18 May 2017
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Lyndall Crompton CTA
Lyndall is an Assistant Commissioner in the Australian Taxation Office’s Public Groups and International (PGI) business line, focusing on the International Division. Lyndall has a key leadership role across the International division as well as having leadership responsibilities across the PGI business line and across the ATO. Lyndall began her tax career at one of the big four accounting firms in Sydney working as part of their Corporate Tax team for a period of 10 years. She then joined the Australian Taxation Office in 2003 and has gone on to leadership roles in various areas within the organisation, including the Banking and Finance division, Dispute Management and Litigation and Interpretive Assistance. - Current at 23 January 2017
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This was presented at NSW 7th Annual Tax Forum .

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Individual sessions

When the ATO comes knocking…

Author(s):  Lyndall CROMPTON,  Craig JACKSON

Materials from this session:

ATO SMSF update

Author(s):  Matthew Bambrick

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The superannuation/SMSF licensing regime panel session

Author(s):  Nidal DANOUN

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GST update

Author(s):  Jonathan Ackerman

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Employee share schemes and incentives for private companies and start ups

Author(s):  Louise BOYCE

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Aspects of the BEPS action plan

Author(s):  Mark KONZA

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Independent review

Author(s):  Deborah HASTINGS

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Avoiding the testamentary trust for better options

Author(s):  Peter BOBBIN

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Independent review - The taxpayers perspective

Author(s):  Chris KINSELLA

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Commissioner's address

Author(s):  Chris JORDAN

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