Published on 27 Oct 06
by NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
This paper looks at these matters from an external perspective including:
- does the company/board have a tax risk charter and what are its advantages?
- what processes have you established to deal with assessing tax risk on transactions?
- how do you brief management/board on tax risk without creating or elevating the risk in doing this?
- the ATO Board papers privilege and the limitations of this
- recent developments in LPP (including the Rio decision)
- how do you determine the appropriate strategy for dealing with the ATO
- controlling the interaction of the ATO with the organisation so that there are "no surprises"
- managing information flows and responses during an ATO investigation stage.
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Craig Jackson CTA
Craig is a Partner at EY with over 25 years' experience in advising leading domestic and multinational corporations on the management and resolution of ATO Active Compliance Processes including complex tax risk reviews (including PCRs), tax audits and disputes. Craig specialises in corporate tax, Part IVA, partnership and service trusts and has a wide client base across the entertainment and media; information technology; distribution; finance and gaming industries. Craig is involved in consultation with the ATO in relation to a range of active compliance related initiatives. Current at 08 July 2014
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Tim is a Senior Consultant, Tax Controversy, with Ernst & Young. Current at 01 June 2008
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