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Building trust with the ATO podcast

Published on 18 Oct 21 by NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This podcast covers:

  • How to pro-actively engage with the ATO and build trust (early engagement)
  • Obtaining certainty in relation to filed positions
  • What to do when the ATO comes knocking
  • How to manage a dispute with the ATO
  • Key issues and challenges which may arise during the objection, litigation and settlement processes
  • How to positively influence your relationship with the ATO, including the role of evidence and contemporaneous documents 
  • Current trends in tax disputes.

Author profiles

Renae Ali
Justin Byrne CTA
Justin recently went to the Queensland Bar after more than 20 years practising as a solicitor specialising in taxation and revenue law. He advises on a wide range of complex taxation issues, including income tax, CGT, GST, payroll tax and stamp duty. With qualifications and extensive experience in both law and accounting, he is uniquely placed to provide practical and commercial tax solutions for a range of clients, from individuals and small business owners to large corporations and government. He is also experienced in negotiating with the ATO in relation to tax disputes and has conducted tax litigation in the Administrative Appeals Tribunal, Federal Court and High Court. - Current at 22 September 2021
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Annemarie Wilmore
Annemarie is a Director in KPMG Law’s Tax Dispute Resolution and Controversy practice. Annemarie has extensive experience in dealing with revenue authorities and advising clients at all stages of tax disputes including reviews, audits, independent review, objections, and tax related litigation. She is highly regarded for her commerciality and strategic approach, working with clients across numerous industries to navigate disputes with State and Federal revenue authorities. Annemarie supports clients to identify, objectively assess and reduce tax risks in relation to a variety of taxation topics including domestic and international tax, anti-avoidance, employment and payroll taxes, mineral royalties and indirect taxes. - Current at 04 August 2020

 

This was presented at The Tax Summit .

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Reconstruction or recharacterisation under transfer pricing – arguments for and against

Author(s):  David BOND,  Fiona DILLON,  Dioni Perera

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Legal Professional Privilege – The Accountant’s concession – recent cases and ATO activity

Author(s):  Mia Clarebrough,  Louisa Andolfatto

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Building trust with the ATO

Author(s):  Renae Ali,  Justin BYRNE,  Annemarie Wilmore

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