Published on 13 Feb 09
by NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
This presentation examines:
why the ATO and other tax authorities see the Annual Compliance Arrangement concept as best practice
how does the real time review of complex transactions and tax returns work in practice?
what's in it for a financial institution?
Paul Suppree is Assistant Commissioner, in the Financial Services Industry Group at the Australian Taxation Office. He recently
joined the Australian Taxation Office after spending the last 10 years with BP plc, his last role being Regional Tax Manager, Asia
Pacific. In this role, Paul was heavily involved in co-designing the Forward Compliance Arrangement model and implementing
the model across BP’s GST and Excise compliance areas. In his current role, Paul has been heavily involved in implementing the
income tax ACA with the ANZ and managing the related issues with other taxpayers entering into the “real time” compliance space. Current at 11 February 2009Current at 23 February 2009
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