Published on 20 Sep 11
by NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
This paper covers:
a shift in thinking - Science supported by art
a risk differentiation framework
a shift back to full disclosure?
certainty around taxpayer positions
correcting bad habits
promoting good habits
refurbish, renovate or knock-down (and rebuild).
Glenn Williams CTA
Glenn is a Partner in Ernst & Young's Tax Controversy Practice. Glenn has in
excess of 25 years corporate and international tax experience. Glenn is
experienced in evaluating risk and dealing with senior financial management and
the Board on these matters and has a proven record in successfully dealing with
ATO reviews and audits. Glenn is an advisor to the G100 group and the
Inspector General of Taxation and is also a member of a number of ATO working
groups, including recent work in relation to Reportable Tax Positions. Current at 25 August 2011
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