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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 15 September 2017
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