To help you get things right, you should consider the behaviours, characteristics and tax issues that attracts ATO attention.
The ATO has published this information below – as part of their commitment to transparency in working with privately owned and wealthy groups.
Broadly, the following behaviours and characteristics may attract ATO attention:
- There are specific behaviours and characteristics that attract our attention in relation to:
- tax or economic performance is not comparable to similar businesses
- low transparency of your tax affairs
- large, one-off or unusual transactions, including transfer or shifting of wealth
- a history of aggressive tax planning
- tax outcomes inconsistent with the intent of tax law
- choosing not to comply or regularly taking controversial interpretations of the law
- lifestyle not supported by after-tax income
- accessing business assets for tax-free private use
- poor governance and risk-management systems.
- Capital gains
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