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Tax and ethics paper

Published on 23 Jan 14 by WESTERN AUSTRALIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

Having regard to the current push for transparency and likely developments over the next 2-3 years, this paper explores how Corporates and Tax Advisers should:

  • define ethics in relation to Tax
  • manage the consideration of tax risk, both financial and reputational
  • differentiate between management of Strategic and Operational Tax Risks
  • revise the application of the traditional three lines of defence to Tax Risk
  • address legacy and current tax disputes and issues with the ATO
  • respond to media enquiry into their tax affairs in this emerging environment.

Author profiles:

James GORDON
Current at 23 January 2014
 
David DRUMMOND
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Eliza GARRETT
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This was presented at Corporate Tax Conference .

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Keynote speech: Statuatory interpretation in a tax context

Author(s):  John Fickling

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How to deal with the ATO/Managing tax disputes

Author(s):  Richard McBRIDE

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Tips for managing tax disputes

Author(s):  Jonathon LEEK

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Alternative dispute resolutions

Author(s):  Niv TADMORE

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