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What to do when the ATO comes knocking

The Bull

ATO information requests and interviews are harmless, right? Particularly if you have nothing to hide.

Creditor’s statutory demands don’t look like Court documents, so surely there’s no urgency to respond? Wrong.


Don’t get caught out. Experts from our Tax and Insolvency teams recently spoke to a close group of accountants from our network about proactively dealing with the ATO and how to respond if things escalate to recovery action.

The presentation was very well received, with the avid accountants asking questions to understand these often complex processes and keep their clients out of hot water.

Below is the presentation from the event. If you have any questions about any of the content included, please get in touch with our team.

Tax & Insolvency presentation.
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