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ATO Compliance Activity 2004/2005

Published on 21 Sep 2004 | Took place at AMF Centre, Glenside , SA

The ATO has identified a number of transactions and categories of taxpayers that can expect to receive extra attention from the ATO in 2004/05. For example, taxpayers claiming high work related expenditure; selling listed company shares; claiming rental property deductions, or operating in certain industries can expect to be the focus of audit activity in 2004/05. The ATO also plans to scrutinise the GST aspect of certain transactions and to increase the number of FBT audits.

This seminar also included a tax update covering all tax changes that occurred in the preceeding two months.

Individual sessions

September 2004 Tax Update

Author(s):  Vincy CHOI This presentation covers all tax changes that occurred over the preceeding two months.

Materials from this session:

ATO Compliance Activity 2004/2005

Author(s):  Wayne MANNA The ATO has identified a number of transactions and categories of taxpayers that can expect to receive extra attention from the ATO in 2004/05. For example, taxpayers claiming high work related expenditure; selling listed company shares; claiming rental property deductions, or operating in certain industries can expect to be the focus of audit activity in 2004/05. The ATO also plans to scrutinise the GST aspect of certain transactions and to increase the number of FBT audits.

Materials from this session: