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The use of reciprocal powers in interjurisdiction audits

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

This seminar paper discusses the use of reciprocal powers in interjurisdiction audits, including the legislation and how it works, limitation of powers under the legislation, practical examples - national employers, reciprocal powers information exchange.

Author profile:

Jim H HALL
Jim is a senior legal officer with the Victorian State Revenue Office and has been involved in the area of state taxation since 1991. He was significantly involved in the stamp duty rewrite and has had the carriage of a variety of stamp duty litigation. In addition to his legal qualification he is also an Associate of Chartered Secretaries Australia.

Current at 26 May 2003

 

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

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