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Managing communications and tax risk in a corporate tax group - an internal view paper

Published on 27 Oct 06 by NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

“Say nothing” is a mantra that does not work in a corporate situation including:

  • communicating with the board of directors/audit committee
  • impact of disclosing board papers/directors minutes to the ATO
  • communicating with the other parts of the management, internal auditors and external auditors
  • communicating with external advisers
  • communicating with the ATO
  • keeping track of all the communications
  • requests for a BPR
  • impact of the promoter penalties
  • appropriate governance protocols
  • how do you find out what you don’t know but (based on hindsight) you do need to know?

Author profile:

Chris MILLETT
Chris began his tax career with the Australian Taxation Office working in a range of areas including assessing, audit and appeals. He joined the Commonwealth Bank tax team in 1990 with responsibility for Australian banking income tax matters including structured and project finance. He has been Head of Tax for 10 years and is a member of the Australian Bankers Association Taxation Working Group. Chris is a past President of the Corporate Tax Association.
Current at 11 September 2006

 

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