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Valuation principles: Where do taxpayers stand? paper

Published on 11 Sep 14 by NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper covers:

  • valuations and tax law
  • overview of ATO guidelines
  • issues which commonly fall into dispute relating to valuations
  • avoiding or resolving valuation disputes
  • future trends.

Author profiles:

Sarah Dunn FTI
Sarah is a Partner of KPMG Legal and Tax Services specialising in revenue disputes, primarily in the Federal Court of Australia and Supreme Court of New South Wales jurisdictions. Prior to joining KPMG, Sarah gained a wealth of commercial litigation experience during 11 years with Herbert Smith Freehills where Sarah was a Partner with the Commercial Litigation Practice Group. She has advised and acted for clients on a wide range of disputes across tax, contract and corporations law and in respect of various regulatory reviews and investigations. Current at 14 July 2014
 
Catherine Dean CTA
Catherine is a Director with KPMG. Current at 14 July 2014

Sean Collins
Sean is a Partner with KPMG Corporate Finance and is the National Head of the Valuations Practise. Sean has over 15 years’ experience acting for a variety of clients in respect of valuation matters and expert reports. Sean has acted as an expert witness in a number of court cases and commercial disputes and has compiled numerous valuation reports for taxpayers and revenue authorities. Current at 14 July 2014

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