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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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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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Superannuation guarantee amnesty – limited opportunity to correct compulsory superannuation errors before heavy-handed audit activity starts
The amnesty provides incentives for businesses to self-correct historical errors relating to compulsory superannuation.
Australia
2 Jul 2018
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Dispute resolution agenda: accessing company information
Legal mechanisms are available to access company information where misconduct is suspected and the company is refusing access.
Australia
6 Feb 2018
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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
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Business debt collection: what are my legal options when a customer won't pay?
The right option to recover your business debts will depend on the circumstances, so it is important to get good advice.
Australia
17 Aug 2015
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Accountants' licensing - replacement of accountants' exemption
From 1 July 2016, a limited licence will replace the accountants' exemption as a more restricted alternative to an AFSL.
Australia
12 Mar 2013
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SMSFs and auditors registrations - Are you ready for 1 July 2013?
Any auditor who wishes to sign off on audit reports for SMSFs must be an 'approved SMSF auditor', registered with ASIC.
Australia
10 Mar 2013
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Section 264 notices - Courts uphold the ATO's power to gather information
The Commissioner signalls an intention to increase the use of section 264 notices in the audit and review processes.
Australia
29 Sep 2012
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ATO view on pensions - what you must know
The ATO has released TR2011/D3 about when a pension starts and stops.
Australia
27 Jul 2011
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The Hidden Danger - Why Some Superannuation Funds with Units in Private Unit Trusts Will be Taxed at 46.5%
Following the High Court decision in Bamford, we have reviewed a lot of unit trust deeds and have seen many unit trusts with superannuation funds as unitholders.
Australia
6 Sep 2010
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Statutory Demand Debtor Gets Off On A ´Technicality´
A recent decision of the Chief Justice of Queensland illustrates how statutory demands can be set aside for what might seem to be relatively minor errors.
Australia
9 Dec 2008
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ATO Flexes Its Debt Collection Muscle
If a company does not pay an amount claimed in a statutory demand within 21 days, the company is presumed to be insolvent. This presumption can be relied upon to wind the company up.
Australia
17 Oct 2008
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Are Redeemable Preference Shareholders Creditors?
In Heesh v Baker [2008] NSWSC 711, the New South Wales Supreme Court considered whether the holders of redeemable preference shares could be “creditors” for the purposes of Part 5.3A of the Corporations Act 2001 (the Act).
Australia
3 Oct 2008
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Recovery Of Moneys Paid By Mistake To Company In Liquidation
In Wambo Coal Pty Ltd v- Ariff, a liquidator was held personally liable as constructive trustee for payments made by mistake to the company during liquidation.
Australia
20 May 2008
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Co-Ownership Of Property & Bankruptcy
In a Bankruptcy scenario it is not uncommon for a home or investment property to be owned by spouses or de facto partners as joint tenants or as tenants in common.
Australia
20 May 2008
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