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The current cross border co-operation arrangements between revenue authorities paper

Published on 02 Nov 07 by NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

Globalisation not only means that taxpayers are operating on a cross border stage, so are revenue authorities. This paper covers:

  • JITSIC
  • exchange of information under DTAs
  • objectives of exchange of information
  • Taxation Information Exchange Agreements (TIEAs) and current tax haven strategies.

Author profile:

Janette Farrell
Jan is the Deputy Commissioner, Case Leader, in the Small & Medium Enterprises (S&ME) area of the Australian Tax Office. She has experience on many complex international tax matters over many years, including a secondment to Washington DC as the Australian representative to the Joint International Tax Shelter Information Centre, OECD working parties including co-leading a published report titled ´Building Transparent Tax Compliance by Banks’. In the S&ME area Jan works mainly on compliance cases involving small business and high wealth individuals and in the area of alternate dispute resolution. Current at 13 July 2012 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Jan Farrell.
 

This was presented at Annual Corporate Tax Intensive: Complex Tax Issues Uncorked.

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