Published on 01 Feb 05
by "THE TAX SPECIALIST" JOURNAL ARTICLE
Taxpayers intending to take a contentious approach to their tax need to ensure at least a 50 per cent chance of success if the matter went to the AAT or Federal Court. Where that taxpayer's interpretation is not based on a 'reasonably arguable position', the taxpayer becomes liable to shortfall penalties.
Prof Robin H
Robin is the Pro-Vice Chancellor (Law, Business and the Creative (Arts) at James Cook University. Robin was the Foundation Dean of the College of Law and Business in the University of Western Sydney and was previously the Foundation Dean of the Faculty of Law at the University of Western Sydney, Macarthur. Robin has taught and has carried out significant research on tax administration, and in particular ATO tax audit practice, tax compliance costs, legal professional privilege and related areas. He is the senior author of a leading tax textbook, Australian Tax Law, as well as a number of other books, and has written over 100 articles, notes and reports on taxation, company, commercial and health law.
Current at 14 November 2005
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