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Selling the tax message presentation


This presentation covers the following topics:

  • how to minimise tax risk and achieve compliance through targeted and effective communication
  • targeting the tax message for your audience
  • unscrambling the tax jargon
  • when 'tax speak' is appropriate
  • practical tips for selling the tax message: what works, what doesn't.

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Elizabeth Tromans CTA
Peter Walmsley FTIA is a Deputy Chief Tax Counsel with the Australian Taxation Office. He has had extensive experience in dealing with a wide range of tax issues and is responsible for deciding the ATO view on many of the most important tax issues. - Current at 12 March 2014
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This was presented at Corporate Tax Intensive: Corporate Tax Stakes .

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Selling the tax message

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