Review of Self-Assessment
Published on 13 Mar 2006
| Took place at The Chifley at Lennons, Brisbane
Last year, Treasury issued a report, Review of Self Assessment (ROSA), recommending fundamental changes to the way in which the self-assessment system works. Essentially, Treasury was given the brief of examining how the ATO deals with taxpayers, and what could (or should) be done better. Many of the
changes which were recommended by ROSA have already been legislated, and the ATO has committed to change its processes to respond to the rest of the recommendations.
This means that fundamental changes have occurred in the areas of General Interest Charge, Penalties and Amendments of Assessments. The private ruling provisions have been completely re-written, allowing
for greater scope to apply for private rulings, to increase certainty for your clients. This seminar looked at ROSA, and what these changes mean to the tax profession.
Topics covered include:
- how to work out whether the ATO is out of time to re-assess your clients under the new regime?
- what has changed in relation to penalties (and what remains the same)?
- how does the new Shortfall Interest Charge operate, and when will it be imposed?
- how has the private ruling process changed (and has it changed for the better)?
- is anything else set for a shake-up as a result of ROSA?
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