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Privacy and confidentiality - The rights of taxpayers and their advisors paper

Published on 25 Nov 10 by NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper covers:

  • the starting position
  • is the position of the advisor different to that of the client
  • statutory or legislative obligations
  • ongoing reporting requirements
  • specific coercive powers
  • exceptions
  • legal professional privilege
  • privilege against self-incrimination
  • spousal privilege
  • public interest privilege
  • impact of the taxpayers’ charter
  • privacy issues
  • access to documents filed in court proceedings
  • secrecy legislation.

 

Author profile:

David J WILLIAMS
David Williams FTIA is a Strategic Adviser in relation to taxation matters. He has been involved in taxation matters for over 30 years, the last six as a sole practitioner, and has been tracking the evolution of the AMLCTF legislation and its likely impact on service providers for the last three years. David is the author of Investigations by Administrative Agencies.
Current at April 2009
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