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Published on 26 Aug 06
by WESTERN AUSTRALIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
Tax risk management is more critical today than ever before. Whether you are an inhouse counsel or a professional adviser, getting it wrong has implications far beyond the hip pocket. This paper outlines risk management strategies for larger corporates and professional advisers:
risk management - what it means
applying it to business
applying it in your practice.
It also deals with issues such as ensuring you have appropriate processes, systems, documentation and record keeping in place. Should you seek that Private Ruling or do you have a Reasonably Arguable position - have you even made a considered choice? What happens if you get it wrong?
Andrew Mills FTIA (Life) is Managing Director of tax specialist firm Greenwoods & Freehills Pty Limited where he
advises clients on a range of domestic and international tax issues, primarily in the financial services sector. His
career spans over 25 years and includes periods in the Australian Taxation Office, as well as corporate and
professional services organisations. Andrew was President of the Taxation Institute of Australia for 2006/2007 and
is also a part time lecturer in the Masters of Law course at the University of Sydney in taxation. He is the
Taxation Institute’s representative on Treasury’s Tax Treaties Advisory Panel and has spoken and written on
international tax issues in a number of forums. Current at April 2009
The Tax Institute is a Recognised Tax Agent Association (RTAA) under the Tax Agent Services Regulations 2009.
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