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ATO's approach to international tax into the future seminar paper


It is reasonable to expect that the ATO will be reviewing how the various 'chunks' of the international tax regime are operating in practice and that it will draw any problems to the attention of policy makers. The ATO has been undertaking reviews based on overall trends, industry studies, tax return data and casework. This paper is a distillation of some of this research and experience.

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Jim Killaly
Jim Killaly first joined the Tax Office in 1970, and was appointed Deputy Commissioner in charge of international tax and large business in 1997. He previously held the position of First Assistant Commissioner in charge of international tax. He has extensive involvement in policy development. - Current at 09 October 2008
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