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Dealing with and managing an audit

Published on 25 Jul 02 by NATIONAL EVENTS, TAXATION INSTITUTE OF AUSTRALIA

This seminar paper discusses dealing with and managing an audit, including revenue's information gathering powers including what to do when officers from the Revenue are at reception requesting access to document/people, setting down procedures for managing an audit - communication systems, access to personnel and access to documents, privilege claims, resolving an audit.

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Author Photo - Michael Perez FTI
Michael Perez FTI
Michael Perez, FTIA, is a leading expert in tax at Allens Arthur Robinson in Melbourne. His knowledge of income tax, stamp duty and GST, and experience in these areas, makes him a sought after tax adviser. Testament to this is Michael’s recognition as one of the leading tax lawyers in Australia by Chambers Global in 2006•2011 and Best Lawyers in 2008•2011. Michael has advised a number of large corporates on a range of commercial matters, including reorganisations, demergers, financing arrangements, M&A. Recently he advised Shell on the takeover of Arrow Energy, Tabcorp on the demerger of its casino businesses and is currently advising Rio Tinto on the takeover of Coal & Allied. In the area of GST, Michael has also appeared before the Federal Court. Current at 05 April 2012 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Michael PEREZ.
 

This was presented at Second Annual States' Taxation Conference 2002.

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