Published on 01 Jun 07
by "THE TAX SPECIALIST" JOURNAL ARTICLE
The CFI rules have tended to be overlooked as a simple expansion of the foreign dividend account rules. However, the rules are worth serious examination by Australian corporate taxpayers and, in particular, those within the financial services industry. The authors believe that Australian companies which are in a position to engage with the CFI rules can use them to maximise shareholder value.
Jeremy Hirschhorn was appointed to act in the role of Second Commissioner in December 2018. He has overall responsibility for the ATO’s Client Engagement Group, which fosters willing participation in Australia’s tax and super systems through well-designed client experiences. Jeremy has more than 20 years' experience in roles managing complex tax matters. As Deputy Commissioner of Public Groups & International from April 2015, Jeremy was responsible for ensuring that the largest Australian and multinational companies were meeting their corporate tax obligations, and providing the Australian community with confidence that these large companies were being held to account. Jeremy also worked as Chief Tax Counsel, with responsibility for the provision of the ATO’s legal advice in relation to interpretation of the tax and super laws, when he joined the ATO in August 2014. Prior to joining the ATO, Jeremy was a senior partner in KPMG’s tax practice. Jeremy holds a Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Laws from the University of NSW. He is a Chartered Tax Adviser and Chartered Accountant.
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19 November 2020