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Managing Tax Audits

Published on 23 Feb 2012 | Took place at Swissotel Sydney, Sydney , NSW

The continued application of the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) risk differentiation framework (RDF) and increase in real time compliance initiatives, such as rre-lodgment compliance reviews and reportable tax position schedule requirements, begs an understandipg of the RDF and how the ATO builds its risk profile of a taxpayer. That risk profile can be the subject of active management and will be impacted by the tax risk management and corporate governance framework of the taxpayer.

This event covered:

  • managing the ATO’s perception of you in the new tax risk differentiation framework world
  • dealing with ATO enquiries, reviews and audits
  • outcomes of the IGOT Review of ATO large business risk reviews and audits
  • managing tax litigation.

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Individual sessions

Managing the ATO's perception of you in the new tax risk differentiation world

Author(s):  Craig JACKSON

This paper covers:

  • approaches to dealing with the ATO
  • documentation of tax corporate governance
  • documenting reportable tax positions and transactions
  • utilising legal professional privilege, the accountants’ concession and board workpaper privilege
  • opinions, reasonably arguable positions, and rulings.
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Managing ATO enquiries, reviews and audits

Author(s):  Michael DE PALO

This presentation covers:

  • the objectives
  • mastering facts and issues
  • control and credibility
  • advocating your position
  • managing
  • risk review
  • audit.
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Outcomes of the IGOT review of ATO large business risk reviews and audits

Author(s):  David DRUMMOND

This paper covers:

  • observations
  • snapshot of recommendations made by IGT.
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Managing tax litigation

Author(s):  Brendan SULLIVAN

This paper covers:

  • commencing tax litigation - Alternatives to Part IVC appeals
  • taxation appeals under Part IVC of the TAA
  • tax appeals in the Federal Court
  • evidence issues - Expert evidence
  • evidence - AAT proceedings.
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