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Tax risk management in 2005 paper

Published on 07 Jul 05 by QUEENSLAND DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper covers the following topics:

  • the current environment of change and heightened risk
  • defining tax risk management
  • the Commissioner's view
  • the key risks
  • signs the organisation needs to look at tax risk management
  • issues to consider/tax risk reviews
  • benefits of a tax risk management framework.

Author profiles:

Author Photo - Andrew MILLS
Andrew MILLS
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
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Author Photo - Stephen HEALEY
Stephen HEALEY
Stephen Healey is a Tax Partner with Deloitte and, for more than 15 years, has been advising a broad range of clients operating in a wide range of industries on most matters pertaining to corporate taxation. He has significant experience in advising on most areas of Australian income tax law and has advised on many transactions, both domestically and internationally. Stephen was appointed a National Councillor of the Taxation Institute in September 2008 and is a member of the Queensland State Council, in respect of which he was State Chairman in 2005.
Current at October 2008
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