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The rulings system: have you got protection? presentation

Published on 04 Nov 04 by NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This presentation discusses how to deal with tax risk - obtain a ruling. Including:

  • what is a ruling?
  • when is the Commissioner bound? - full and true disclosure revisited
  • who may rely upon a ruling?
  • when can you disregard a ruling?
  • what do you do when a ruling is unfavourable?
  • problems with rulings
    • timing and cost issues
    • partial rulings
    • anti-avoidance
    • arm's length arrangements
  • the ATO's agenda.

Author profiles:

Judy SULLIVAN
Current at 15 June 2011 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Judy SULLIVAN.
 
Ian STANLEY
Ian Stanley FTIA holds Bachelor degrees in Economics and Law from the ANU and a Masters of Laws from the University of Sydney. Ian practises as a Barrister in Sydney specialising in income tax and related revenue matters. He has published several papers on the debt equity regime and lectures in the Masters programme at the University of Sydney on the Taxation of Financial Arrangements
Current at 18 September 2008 Current at 18 November 2008 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Ian STANLEY.

 

This was presented at NSW Annual Intensive Retreat: Managing tax risk for corporate taxpayers .

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The rulings system: have you got protection?

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