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ATO Audits - From The Outside Looking In

Published on 09 Jun 2010 | Took place at RACV Club, Melbourne , VIC

The Inspector-General of Taxation (IGoT) has been reviewing ATO audits of large businesses, and recently announced its review of ATO audits of SMEs with turnover between $100M & $250M and High Wealth Individuals. The terms of reference for these reviews cover a range of important concerns for business and tax professionals including:

  • fairness and equity;
  • unnecessary costs associated with ATO information gathering requests and delays;
  • appropriate ATO audit team resourcing.
This event was aimed at providing corporate tax advisors for large and medium sized companies with a first hand insight into how these reviews are progressing, how they can participate in the review processes and the potential outcomes from the review.

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Individual sessions

ATO audits - From the outside looking in

Author(s):  Ashley KING This presentation covers ATO audits.

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ATO audits - From the outside looking in presentation

Author(s):  TASOS MIHAIL,  David PENGILLEY This presentation covers:

  • role of the IGT
  • systemic issues not individual taxpayer matters
  • scope of reviews
  • fairness, equity and transparency in tax administration.
Materials from this session: