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Support for ATO’s management of aggressive tax planning

Support for ATO’s management of aggressive tax planning

An Australian National Audit (ANAO) report released today supports the Tax Office’s current handling of aggressive tax planning.

http://ato.gov.au/distributor.asp?doc=/content/mr2004005.htm

Published: January 29 2004

 

Outcome of lodgment report – electronic media specification version 5.0

This specification details the system requirements necessary for super providers to electronically receive superannuation outcome of lodgment reports. Valid from March 26.

http://ato.gov.au/distributor.asp?doc=/content/40569.htm

Published: January 28 2004

 

Computer Assisted Verification (CAV) for businesses with a turnover of $100 million or less

To provide a quicker and more effective method of auditing where records are stored in an electronic format, the Tax Office is utilising a tool called Computer Assisted Verification (CAV).

http://ato.gov.au/distributor.asp?doc=/content/40607.htm

Published: January 28 2004

 

TA 2004/3 – Dividend Stripping/Distribution of Surplus Profits Arrangements

This Taxpayer Alert describes arrangements involving the transfer of retained earnings and/or current year profits of a company to the shareholders or their associates in a non-taxable form.

http://ato.gov.au/distributor.asp?doc=/content/40913.htm

Published: January 28 2004

 

Profit stripping under investigation by the Tax Office

Tax Commissioner Michael Carmody today warned businesses using manipulated share losses to avoid paying tax that they are under investigation.

http://ato.gov.au/distributor.asp?doc=/content/mr2004004.htm

Published: January 28 2004

 

Account statements for superannuation guarantee charge

Monthly superannuation guarantee charge (SGC) account statements will soon be sent to all employers who have a continuing unpaid SGC debt.

http://ato.gov.au/distributor.asp?doc=/content/41116.htm

Published: January 27 2004

 

Forex – the 12 month rule

This is a special rule that allows short term foreign exchange gains and losses to be treated in a manner consistent with an underlying asset.

http://ato.gov.au/distributor.asp?doc=/content/34753.htm

Published: January 26 2004

 

Forex – the retranslation election

This election allows a taxpayer to bring to account gains and losses in relation to certain foreign currency accounts on a retranslation basis.

http://ato.gov.au/distributor.asp?doc=/content/34049.htm

Published: January 26 2004

 

Superannuation guarantee report

Employers who contribute to an accumulation fund or a retirement savings account must provide written details of the superannuation contributions to their employees within thirty days of making the final contribution for each quarter.

http://ato.gov.au/distributor.asp?doc=/content/40990.htm

Published: January 23 2004

 

Effective Life Reviews

The Effective Life team is responsible for creating and authorising the ATO view on all issues concerning the effective life of depreciating assets.

http://ato.gov.au/distributor.asp?doc=/content/40040.htm

Published: January 23 2004

 

Announcement: Fuel sales grants scheme

On January 22 the Deputy Prime Minister, John Anderson, announced the abolition of the fuel sales grants scheme (FSGS).

http://ato.gov.au/distributor.asp?doc=/content/41123.htm

Published: January 23 2004

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