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The pot, the kettle and "high integrity" practitioners (poor practitioner conduct and the ATO) / by Chris Wallis

By: Wallis, Chris.
Series: Taxation in Australia.Publisher: Australia, The Tax Institute Edition: 53 (3), September 2018.Description: 139-143, 5 pages.Subject(s): Australia | Tax avoidance | Tax evasion | Tax Assessment Act 1997 -- AustraliaOnline resources: Download from Online Journals Summary: Discusses how some tax practitioners deliberately scam or cheat the system, often through leveraging and exploiting the main residence exemption (MRE). Identifies innovations that the ATO could implement to reduce this.
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Discusses how some tax practitioners deliberately scam or cheat the system, often through leveraging and exploiting the main residence exemption (MRE). Identifies innovations that the ATO could implement to reduce this.

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