Miscellaneous 1997

Case study: ATO given out on nil; Batteries jolt for gross-ups ruling

Source: Taxation In Australia Journal Article

Published Date: 1 Sep 1997

 
The umpires have dismissed the Commissioner's innings on taxable income assessments - and they have called a no-ball on IT 2683, too
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James Pettigrew ATI

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