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Voluntary and involuntary tax litigation and penalties - objections, prosecutions and penalties

Published on 18 Oct 02 by TASMANIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This seminar paper covers amending an objection, late objections, assessing the evidence, the benefits and consequences of objecting, test cases, prosecutions of taxpayers and professionals.

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Christopher Wallis CTA
Chris commenced practice as a Barrister in 1991 and 27 years later has a strong no nonsense reputation throughout Australia in the fields of equity and revenue law. Chris’ focus is on keeping clients out of the AAT and Court using attention to detail and negotiation to secure certainty for clients at the earliest opportunity, a focus which has involved him in numerous in-house facilitation sessions. Chris is a regularly published author and a member of the Editorial Board of the Australian Tax Law Bulletin and also of the Australasian Tax Teachers Association (ATTA). Chris presents regularly throughout Australia for the professional bodies and ATTA and has completed studies in international tax at the Institute for Austrian and International Tax Law at Wirtschafts Universitat in Vienna and the IBFD in Amsterdam. Two of Chris' recently published articles have addressed issues arising under the ATO's in-house facilitation process. Subsequent changes to the process reflected observations in the articles. - Current at 08 October 2019
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This was presented at TASMANIAN STATE CONVENTION 2002 - "RUNNING THE TAX RACE" .

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Professional negligence

Author(s):  Gino DAL PONT

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Voluntary and involuntary tax litigation and penalties

Author(s):  Chris WALLIS

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General tax update

Author(s):  Michael PARKER

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Debt and equity, value-shifting and de-merger rules

Author(s):  Michael HINE

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