Published on 28 Jul 06
by NATIONAL EVENTS, TAXATION INSTITUTE OF AUSTRALIA
This paper gives a short run-down from three OSR speakers on a variety of topics:
- what’s in the lollybag for pay-roll tax audits in 2006/07?
- the rocky road of discretionary trust exclusions
- pay-roll tax’s sticky toffee - the most common mistakes examined
- penalty policies.
Fiona is the Manager Revenue Advice and Audit at the Tasmanian State Revenue Office. She is responsible for managing resources to provide efficient and effective tax advice, assessment and audit services in relation to the collection of revenue and State taxation.
- Current at
17 May 2006
Rod Richardson is the Director (Compliance) at the Western Australian Office of State Revenue. Rod is responsible for ensuring that there are sufficient effective compliance programs and strategies in place to detect and minimise the incidence of non-compliance and to encourage voluntary compliance across all legislation under the Commissioner's control. His area also plays an important role in the detection and reporting of avoidance practices impacting on state revenue legislation. Rod is the Chair of the Revenue Offices Compliance Committee, a national committee set up by the Commissioners of State Revenue to deal with compliance.
- Current at
20 March 2018
Bob Smith is a Director with the NSW OSR. Bob’s responsibilities include providing policy advice to the government, development of legislation, education and private and public rulings. Bob’s position also carries the statutory role of Commissioner of State Revenue.
Current at 9/5/07