25 May 12 The Tax Institute in the Media
The Tax Institute was mentioned on 19 May in the Australian Financial Review: ‘ATO data-matching boomers’ regarding the Institute's 5th Annual Tax Forum. The article reports on the announcement by the Assistant Treasurer David Bradbury MP regarding the Div7A review. The article also reports a presentation to the Tax Forum by Michael Cranston from The Tax Office, concerning the ATO’s data matching program and its focus on attempts to avoid tax through trusts.
The Tax Institute issued a media release on 18 May entitled ‘Government Review Of Private Company Payments Law Welcomed’
We were also quoted on 24 May in the Australian Financial Review: ‘Not too tweet to be scrutinised’ in relation to twitter usage. In the article we comment on The Tax Institute’s use of twitter.
The Tax Institute was also quoted on 24 May in the Business Spectator: ‘Interest in advance cuts tax take’ regarding property investment tax cuts. In the article The Tax Institute advises investors to “go and see your tax adviser or registered tax agent and get advice as to whether this option is right for you”