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Private business: What’s attracting the Commissioner’s attention? video


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Publication date: 16 Mar 17 | Source: NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

Abstract:
This video is a filmed session from the 32nd National Convention, PowerPoint slides are incorporated with the presentation. This video focused on current technical issues impacting private business that are attracting the Commissioner’s attention, including issues relating to Div 7A, trusts and Part IVA.

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2017 National Convention 8 video package
Author(s):  Shirley SCHAEFER

Author profiles

Fiona Dillion
Fiona is a Senior Tax Counsel at the Australian Taxation Office (ATO). Fiona worked for 10 years at the ATO in areas including law design, centres of expertise and the tax counsel network, working on an array of issues ranging from non-commercial losses to forex and TOFA, before moving to private practice. Since returning to the ATO, Fiona has been involved in charities litigation, Div 7A interpretative issues and now technical leadership of trusts.
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  • Fiona Knight
    Fiona is an Assistant Commissioner at the Australian Taxation Office. She has 19 years’ experience in taxation law and currently works in the Tax Counsel Network providing advice on the most complex tax technical issues, including audits, rulings, litigation and legislative changes. She is a member of the General Anti-Avoidance Rules (GAAR) Panel. Previously she has worked in the Large Business & International and Litigation areas of the ATO. Fiona is admitted to practise as a Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Victoria and is admitted as a Chartered Tax Adviser by The Tax Institute. She was a finalist in the Institute of Public Administration Australia 2010 Young Public Sector Leader Awards and has lectured at the Leo Cussen Institute in income tax and advanced capital gains tax.
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