Terms of engagement

Flynn, Michael
March 2014
Taxation in Australia;Mar2014, Vol. 48 Issue 8, p400
Academic Journal
The article discusses the role of the Tax Institute in realizing the constitutional objective of conducting tax-related research studies and implementing taxation law reforms in Australia. Topics include the relationship of the Institute with the Australian government and the Australian Taxation Office (ATO), the historical involvement of the Institute in tax reform debates and the process by which the Institute formulates suggestions.


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