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Steps in developing a tax position: Statutory interpretation and the taxpayer’s onus of proof paper

Published on 18 Feb 16 by NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper covers:

  • statutory interpretation
  • taxpayer’s onus of proof.

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Helen Symon S.C
Helen is one of the most experienced taxation silks in Australia, practising in both an advisory and a disputes to administration of taxation legislation, state duties, taxation of tribunals at all levels, representing both taxpayers and revenue brought by the Commissioner under the promoter penalties. Her recent experience includes appearances in the Full Federal Court hearings in cases such as SPI Powernet Pty Ltd v FCT, Pratt Holdings Pty Ltd v FCT FCT v BHP Billiton Ltd. - Current at 01 February 2016
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