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Ethics for tax agents and other tax professionals presentation

Published on 22 Feb 13 by VICTORIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This presentation covers:

  • what if you don’t believe your client?
  • what is my personal exposure?
  • do I have a conflict and if so, how do I manage it?
  • practical issues arising from the Code of Professional Conduct that regulates the personal and professional conduct of all registered tax agents.

Author profile

Ian Taylor
Ian was appointed Chair of the Tax Practitioners Board in January 2013. Ian worked as a tax partner with KPMG in Melbourne for 21 years to 2006, before retiring and establishing his own tax practice. He was a senior lecturer in taxation law, financial management and accounting at Swinburne University in Melbourne for 13 years, and has also served on school and community organisations and committees. Ian has a Bachelor of Economics, a Master of Business Administration and a Diploma of Education. He is a fellow of CPA Australia and has served as its chair and a member of its disciplinary committee. A registered tax agent, Ian is a fellow of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand and has served as its chair and member of its tax education committee. - Current at 29 November 2017

 

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Ethics for tax agents and other tax professionals

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