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2004 Consolidation Update Series Seminar 2: Technical update, compliance tricks and traps and ATO risk reviews

Published on 22 Jun 2004 | Took place at Le Meridien at Rialto, Melbourne , VIC

Designed specifically for corporate tax advisers, this seminar was the second in the series examining contemporary tax issues facing companies that have commenced Consolidation or will be choosing to consolidate.

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Individual sessions

Consolidation tricks and traps

Author(s):  Duncan R C BAXTER This paper provides an overview of issues to be addressed in managing consolidation compliance obligations.

This paper was also presented by Peter Kennedy at the Consolidation: Technical Update, Compliance & ATO Risk Reviews seminar held in Sydney on 28 June 2004.

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Tax Office Risk Reviews

Author(s):  Peter COAKLEY This presentation covers policies and procedures applied by the ATO consolidation risk reviews including:
- identification of groups subject to review
- ATO approach to Consolidation risk reviews
- what are the findings to date
- guidance for those groups either still undertaking their Consolidation project or about to lodge their first consolidated income tax return
- how to deal with issues that are yet to be clarified by legislation, ATO rulings or determinations
- taxpayer request for ATO review of Consolidation project.

This was also presented at the Consolidation: Technical Update, Compliance & ATO Risk Reviews seminar held in Sydney on 28 June 2004.

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Consolidation Technical Update

Author(s):  Matt HAYES,  Christine GARDNER As the tax consolidation regime evolves, Government announcements and legislative developments impacting consolidated groups must be monitored. This article details relevant releases and developments that impacted tax consolidation during the period 4 December 2003 to 23 July 2004.

This was also presented by James Macky and Matt Hayes respectively at the Consolidation: Technical Update, Compliance & ATO Risk Reviews seminars held in Melbourne on 22 June 2004 and in Sydney on 28 June 2004.

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