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Legal professional privilege and tax audits
The ATO has recently moved its audit activity more towards sensible commercial tax planning rather than tax avoidance.
Australia
22 Apr 2019
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Medical and allied health professionals – are you treating your payments correctly for payroll tax purposes?
Medical and allied health professionals must consider payroll tax payments when structuring and operating their practice.
Australia
22 Apr 2019
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Tax: The rise of residency problems
Link to presentation about the rise of residency problems & how they affect you and your clients.
Australia
20 Mar 2019
4
Navigating input tax credits for the GST paid on imported goods
GST is payable on taxable supplies and taxable importations, and in some cases, one transaction can constitute both.
Australia
7 Mar 2019
5
Tax residency rules reassessed in recent Full Federal Court decision – how does Harding affect you?
Article discusses an important tax case for Australian expatriates living and working overseas.
Australia
6 Mar 2019
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Taxing sale proceeds: income or capital? - that is the question
The ATO recently published a draft 'property and construction website guidance' and is seeking industry consultation.
Australia
20 Aug 2018
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Part IVA anti-avoidance provisions: where is the line now between legitimate tax planning and tax avoidance?
Part IVA reforms create uncertainty about where the line between acceptable tax planning and unacceptable tax avoidance lies.
Australia
15 Aug 2018
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ATO set to decrypt the tax treatment of cryptocurrency in increased audit activity
Taxpayers who have sold cryptocurrency in the 2018 income year should consider to include this with their taxable income.
Australia
9 Jul 2018
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ATO set to audit more Australians receiving income into foreign bank accounts
The ATO will use foreign bank information to recover unpaid tax from taxpayers who have not declared foreign income.
Australia
3 Jul 2018
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Ex-pats beware – recent residency decision makes it much harder to be a non-resident
Australian ex-pats should revisit their tax position, even if they have been living and working overseas for many years.
Australia
13 Jun 2018
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New GST withholding rules – what developers need to know
When dealing with clauses on the distribution of sale proceeds, GST withholding obligations will need to be factored in.
Australia
21 Feb 2018
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Hotel owner operating pokies wins the jackpot: tax deductions allowed for gaming machine entitlements
Businesses in similar gaming situations should review their circumstances to see whether they can claim tax deductions.
Australia
9 Feb 2018
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Payroll tax grouping – common mistakes to avoid
The difficulty for businesses and their advisers is that the grouping provisions are complex, and often counterintuitive.
Australia
22 Sep 2017
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Banks now collecting information about non-resident customers to hand to tax authorities around the world
Banks are now required to collect information from customers who are non-resident, to share with tax authorities.
Australia
9 Aug 2017
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Employment agency contracts for payroll tax – not as wide as the legislation states
This NSW case is a blueprint for reducing the risk of the OSR applying the employment agent provisions to subcontracts.
Australia
24 Jul 2017
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What happens when the ATO does not want to give a private tax ruling?
The Hacon case makes it clear that the ATO cannot decline to rule just because it is required to make assumptions.
Australia
4 Jul 2017
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Settlements with the ATO – have you resolved your dispute for good?
Understand exactly what actions can be taken under the settlement deed and develop strategies to manage your risk.
Australia
3 Mar 2017
18
The ATO has formed an opinion of ‘fraud' or ‘evasion' – how should you respond?
Recent decisions highlight the rules for taxpayers challenging assessments issued after finding 'fraud' or 'evasion'.
Australia
22 Feb 2017
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Capital distributions from foreign trusts – is the ATO coming to help you with section 99B?
Recent draft tax determinations may underpin further audit activity around capital distributions from foreign trusts.
Australia
22 Dec 2016
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Expensive mistakes in GST clauses
The GST treatment should be considered before a purchase price is agreed, to reduce the chances of a costly dispute.
Australia
14 Dec 2016
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