Miscellaneous 2022

ATO and taxpayer cases that have led to a court case podcast

Source: National

Published Date: 16 Apr 2022


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This podcast covers insights from a senior ATO officer on their experience in tax disputes from the ATO perspective, including examples of cases that have gone to court, and how the ATO has balanced properly defending its position against its obligations under the Model Litigant rules.

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ATO and taxpayer cases that have led to a court case

Author(s): Fiona Dillon CTA


  • Published By: Fiona Dillon CTA
  • Published On:16 Apr 2022
  • Took place at:Establishment Hotel Sydney & Online

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Miscellaneous 2022

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