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Developments in the administration of promoter penalties presentation

Published on 12 Feb 09 by NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This presentation examines:

  • types of behaviour that have led the ATO to apply promoter penalties
  • how the ATO is dealing with promoter penalty cases
  • when is an Enforceable Voluntary Undertaking appropriate?
  • case studies for financial services and other arrangements.

Author profile:

Bruce COLLINS
Bruce Collins FTIA holds the position of Assistant Commissioner, Technical and Case Leadership in the Tax Office’s Aggressive Tax Planning area. In this role, Bruce leads a network of technical leaders who are responsible for supporting the identification and treatment of tax avoidance schemes, including issuing Taxpayer Alerts, dealing with contraventions of the promoter penalty laws and managing projects to clarify or improve the operation of taxation laws. Bruce has worked in the Tax Office in a variety of technical leadership roles covering all aspects of tax administration over the last 27 years and holds qualifications in accounting and law, as well as masters degrees in tax and international tax
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This was presented at Financial Services Taxation Conference 2009 .

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