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Reportable tax positions presentation


The ATO’s reportable tax positions schedule is a “realtime” development which raises important issues for corporate taxpayers regarding governance, disclosure and management of their tax affairs. It also has significance for the self-assessment concept. This presentation focuses on teh following issues:

  • the what, when, how and why of the reportable tax positioh
  • now do “reasonably arguable” and “reasonable care” come into this?
  • two views of what is needed for real-time tax governance.

Author profile:

Judy is a Corporate Tax Partner with KPMG with over 20 years experience working in major law firms and listed corporate groups. Prior to joining KPMG Judy worked with Caltex Australia in a range of roles including the head of tax role during an active period of acquisitions and divestments, including a major merger. Judy has a keen interest in the interaction of current taxation rules and the recent developments in response to climate change, linking into the resources of KPMG’s Sustainability Advisory Services group. Judy chairs a Taxation Institute sub-committee focusing on carbon trading and taxes.
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This was presented at 51st Victorian State Convention .

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