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The major continuing compliance issues for the ATO on Consolidations presentation

Published on 07 Apr 06 by NATIONAL EVENTS, TAXATION INSTITUTE OF AUSTRALIA

Addresses the major issues concerning compliance with the consolidations regime which the ATO has identified and addressed during the 12 months prior to the convention. Including messages for:

  • Changes to membership
  • The cost-setting rules for assets
  • Losses
  • MECs
  • Valuations
  • Why these are issues
  • How the ATo is working to deal with them 

Author profile:

Peter Coakley
Peter has been with the Tax Office since 1983 and has had many dealings with international tax authorities. Since May 2007, Peter has undertaken the role of the Active Compliance Capability Improvement Leader. The focus of the role is to ensure that active compliance officers have the tools, support and guidance to undertake and deliver their work in supporting the Tax Office Compliance Program and to assure the integrity of the publicly reported outcomes from our active compliance activities. Recently, Peter's focus has been on driving and delivering sustainable improvements to the active management of cases and more timely technical decision making to better align with community expectations and corporate expectations. Current at 23 April 2012
 

This was presented at 21st National Convention: Beyond the Sea.

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The major continuing compliance issues for ATO on Consolidations

Author(s):  Peter COAKLEY

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