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Corporate tax governance and risk presentation


This presentation covers corporate tax governance and risk.

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Cheryl-Lea Field
Cheryl-Lea is the Deputy Commissioner of Taxation responsible for tax practitioner engagement and compliance, the cash economy and lodgement risks across the tax and superannuation systems. Cheryl-Lea has over 30 year’s experience in the ATO which includes extensive technical, managerial, compliance and design leadership roles. Cheryl-Lea has contributed to major tax reforms, lead service and compliance activities nationally, worked across State and Commonwealth government regimes to create whole of citizen solutions and worked internationally with the World Bank. Cheryl-Lea holds degrees in Accounting and Law, has a Diploma in Superannuation Management and is a fellow of CPA Australia. Current at 18 December 2013

This was presented at 49th Victorian State Convention.

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TOFA - Much Ado?

Author(s):  Mark POOLE

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Corporate tax governance and risk

Author(s):  Cheryl-Lea FIELD

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Trust deed issues in a post-Bamford world

Author(s):  Graeme HALPERIN

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Debt which does not generate assessable income

Author(s):  Cameron RIDER

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Post-Bamford trustee resolutions

Author(s):  Nabil (Bill) F. OROW

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The 'new' superannuation environment

Author(s):  Noelle KELLEHER

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