18 Feb 1111 More on taxpayer's addresses
MEMBER 22 writes:
"Re: The AIO (Australian Inefficiency Office)
When the rest of the business world want to contact someone they use the registered postal address for service of notices as requested by that client. Yet when the ATO have a query they send it to the taxpayer's home address! Why do they do this?
Why bother appointing an AGENT?
When the ATO buy computers do they write to the actual street address of the computer factory hoping to get someone who can help them or do they speak to the nominated AGENT?"