Debt Equity Tax administration

Dealing with the ATO debt recovery division

Source: Victoria

Published Date: 25 Jun 2015


This presentation covers:

  • hierarchy of outcome for tax debt grouped into categories from most favourable to least favourable
  • each category sets out requirements or characteristics of cases within such category along with expected benefits or outcomes for such cases
  • major division of categories into disputed and non-disputed tax debt
  • there are two requirements or characteristics that are variable and change as circumstances change:
    • stage of any dispute through objection, AAT review, Federal Court Appeal, Full Federal Court Appeal, High Court Appeal
    • ATO assessment of risk.

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Dealing with the ATO debt recovery division

Author(s): Andrew Cox CTA


  • Published By: Andrew Cox CTA
  • Published On:25 Jun 2015
  • Took place at:Leonda by the Yarra, Hawthorn

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Debt Equity Tax administration 2015

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