Published on 06 Sep 12
by NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
Contents of this paper as follows:
2. GST Law
- public rulings
- dispute resolution
- overview of GST litigation landscape
- alternative dispute resolution
- looking back - some reflections on outcomes of litigation
- cases in the pipeline
- amending the legislation
- allocation of ATO technical resources
3. Compliance matters
- micro enterprises
- small and medium enterprises
- large market
4. Concluding remarks
James O’Halloran, has national responsibility for the administration and compliance activities for the Goods and Services Tax and Excise, and other indirect taxes. Prior to this role James was Deputy Commissioner, Tax Practitioner and Lodgment Strategy with accountabilities for the ATO’s services and relationship with tax practitioners, lodgement compliance and the cash economy. James joined the Australian Taxation Office in 1999. He has held a number of senior executive roles including the oversight the ATO compliance program and compliance programs for Excise and the Goods and Services Tax.
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