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  • headsetLegal professional privilege - Protect your rights, but know your limits podcast

    18 Jul 2011 | Source: NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

    Presented at: 4th Annual Tax Forum

    LPP is a long-standing common law right which permits a person to refuse to hand over documents incorporating privileged communications in the face of an ATO demand to do so. However, it must be claimed appropriately and not lost by waiver or otherwise.

    This podcast covers:

    • practical ways to identify privileged communications
    • what information do you have to give to the ATO to substantiate LPP claims?
    • position of commercial documents containing communications covered by LPP
    • waiving privilege – intentionally or unintentionally and disputes over LPP claims.

  • headsetLosses podcast

    19 May 2011 | Source: NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

    Presented at: 4th Annual Tax Forum

    The ATO has announced that it is going to target tax agent clients with losses carried forward at the end of the 2009 year and ask them to confirm that the losses are still able to be carried forward. This podcast covers what should you be considering?

  • headsetCapital management podcast

    19 May 2011 | Source: NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

    Presented at: 4th Annual Tax Forum

    This podcast covers:

    • status of proposed changes to share buyback rules
    • update on developments in other capital management techniques
    • implications of changes in corporations law to the tax treatment of dividends
    • developments in debt/equity and TOFA rules impacting capital management.

  • headsetRisky times - Corporate compliance podcast

    19 May 2011 | Source: NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

    Presented at: 4th Annual Tax Forum

    The ATO has begun dealing with taxpayers according to their assessment of the risk rating of the taxpayer. This new approach, together with developments in accounting for uncertain tax positions (UTP) and international developments in disclosure obligations may have far reaching implications for the level of disclosure required by taxpayers. This podcast covers:

    • the new risk differentiation approach and what to expect on the basis of your rating
    • the IASB’s status on accounting for tax uncertainties
    • international disclosure developments and how they may impact upon Australian business taxpayers and advisers
    • cooperation between UK, US, Canadian and Australian tax authorities and what this may mean in practice.