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Having a RAP - does it help? paper

Published on 18 Mar 05 by NATIONAL EVENTS, TAXATION INSTITUTE OF AUSTRALIA

How relevant is a reasonably arguable position in dealing with tax risk? This paper includes:

  • an overview of the administrative penalties regime
  • what is a reasonably arguable position?
  • when is it relevant to be in a reasonably arguable position?
  • large shortfall amounts/reduction provisions
  • taxation statements
  • application of taxation law
  • taking a position that is reasonably arguable
  • what are 'relevant authorities'?
  • practical experience and guidance
  • alternatives.

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Glen BARTON
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