Hear about the latest tax investigations of the Inspector-General of Taxation and Taxation Ombudsman (IGTO), including:
- An exploration and investigation of undisputed tax debts in Australia
- An investigation into the ATO’s communication of taxpayer rights to complain, review and appeal decisions or actions
Understand how the IGTO may assist you especially during COVID-19.
- Resolve your disputes with the ATO and TPB
- Have your say in what you think should be the priorities for the IGTO tax investigations – that is systems, laws and administration;
- Update on ATO disclosure of tax debts to credit reporting bureaus
- Update on the community’s Register of issues.
In this session, we’ll also cover:
- What is a tax complaint that you could make to the IGTO?
- What powers does IGTO have to investigate tax complaints, ATO actions, decisions and tax systems generally;
- How does IGTO investigate complaints?
- What remedies are available to you as part of those IGTO investigations?\
- What are the key areas of complaint and investigation?
Who should attend:
- Tax practitioners
- Advisers who manage tax matters on behalf of their clients
- Legal professionals including lawyers, solicitors, barristers, in-house counsel
With your input, IGTO can improve the tax outcomes not just for a single complainant but ultimately the administration of taxation laws for ALL taxpayers.
Karen Payne, Inspector-General of Taxation and Taxation Ombudsman