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Q&A: Tricks and traps when settling disputes


It is no surprise to anyone that Australians are becoming more litigious. As trusted advisers to clients of various shapes and forms, all of us have or will need to deal with the taxation aspects arising from out-of-court settlement sums paid and received by our clients. This includes income tax issues as well as goods and services tax issues and, of course, it's never as easy as it should be.

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Michael Parker CTA
Photo of author, Michael PARKER Michael Parker, CTA, is a Partner in the taxation section of Hall & Wilcox Lawyers. His practice focuses on tax disputes, capital gains tax, business sales and acquisitions and restructuring. Michael has extensive experience handling disputes concerning the Small Business CGT Concessions, having acted for the taxpayers in White v FCT [2009] FCA 880, White v FCT [2012] FCA 109 and Altnot v FCT [2013] AATA 140, among other cases. Michael regularly consults to the Board of Taxation and Treasury including in respect of the small business CGT Concessions. He is a regular presenter for The Tax Institute. - Current at 30 August 2017
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Jerome Tse CTA
Photo of author, Jerome TSE Jerome Tse, CTA, is a Partner at King & Wood Mallesons, specialising in taxation disputes and litigation. Jerome advises corporate taxpayers on all aspects of Australian tax disputes from the audit and independent review stage through to High Court litigation. He also guides clients through alternative dispute resolution processes, advance pricing agreements and mutual agreement procedures. - Current at 30 August 2017
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