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The ATO’s approach to 2015-16 paper

Published on 07 May 15 by SOUTH AUSTRALIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper covers:

  • reinventing the ATO program
  • improving the client experience
  • improving the culture
  • initiatives for private groups and high wealth individuals
  • dealing with tax avoidance across all markets - Corporate Tax Avoidance Inquiry
  • tax law design
  • tax time 2015 and 2016.

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Andrew Mills CTA-Life
Photo of author, Andrew MILLS Andrew Mills, CTA (Life), is the Director, Tax Policy and Technical at the Tax Institute, a Senior Fellow at Melbourne University Law School and a member of the Tax and Transfer Policy Institute Advisory Board. Previously, Andrew was the Second Commissioner, Law Design & Practice, at the Australian Taxation Office from 2013 - 2019. Andrew has 40 years’ experience in taxation, including periods in the ATO, commerce and the tax profession. Andrew was a Director at Greenwoods & Freehills for more than 20 years and managing director of the firm from 2006 to 2011. Andrew was President of The Tax Institute in 2006–2007 and is a former Governor of the Taxation Research Foundation. In practice, Andrew was an active participant and representative of a number of industry bodies and a lecturer in the taxation in the Masters program at Sydney Law School. Andrew holds a Bachelor of Business, a Master of Laws and a Graduate Diploma in Tax Law. Andrew is a Chartered Taxation Adviser (Life), a member of the Australian Executive Committee of the International Fiscal Association and a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. - Current at 13 July 2020
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