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ATO private wealth compliance activity podcast

Published on 23 Feb 21 by NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This podcast covers:

  • private group contribution
  • ATO engagement programs
  • engagement programs: large market
  • tax assurance in top 500
  • income tax risk and private groups.

Author profiles

Tim Dyce
Tim Dyce is the Deputy Commissioner for Private Wealth. Tim was appointed as a Deputy Commissioner in 2006 following a long and established career in the ATO. Having held senior leadership roles in a number of business lines including Income Tax, Aggressive Tax Planning and Indirect Taxes (GST and Excise), Tim has extensive experience in taxation administration. Drawing on this experience Tim is an active and influential contributor to various internal and external committees and forums that shape the Client Experience for Not for Profit entities, Excise entities and Private Groups. Ultimately, Tim has national responsibility for the willing participation and voluntary compliance of private groups and high wealth individuals in Australia. To achieve this outcome he is focused on implementing contemporary client engagement strategies, which seek to provide tailored, real time services. - Current at 21 December 2020
Sarah Taylor
Sarah Taylor is an Assistant Commissioner within Private Wealth at the Australian Taxation Office. Sarah leads teams working with private groups and high wealth individuals to address tax risks, encourage early engagement and provide review and assurance services. Sarah is a highly experienced taxation professional with almost 20 years experience and with special focus on private group structures and international tax. Sarah has significant experience in the private sector working in leadership roles with some of Australia’s top professional firms and has also lectured with the University of NSW. - Current at 08 July 2020

 

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