Audits and reviews are an important part of the taxation system to ensure that taxpayers are paying their fair share. However, dealing with the ATO during a review or audit without legal advice can be a time consuming, expensive, and stressful experience.

When dealing with the ATO, there is no room for mistakes. During tax audits, the ATO can access your documents without notice, impose penalties, and charge you with offenses. When the stakes are so high it is important to have the right team on your side.

The legal professionals at Antunes Lawyers are specialised in all aspects of taxation law and can help you throughout the auditing process so that you can feel reassured that all the details are taken care of. Our experts will inform you of your legal rights and obligations, communicate with the ATO on your behalf, and organise payment arrangements with the ATO to repay your debts.

If you have recently received a letter from the ATO stating their intention to review your taxes, Antunes Lawyers can help you to understand the process and achieve the best result.

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In Tax and Superannuation, you need the right team on your side.

When dealing with tax and superannuation, the consequences of making mistakes are severe. Not only will you potentially lose money, but you may also face criminal penalties if the ATO find that you have breached Australian laws. This is why having a strong team of lawyers on your side is so important.

Antunes Lawyers can take the complexity and stress out of tax and super. We can ensure that your assets are protected, your savings go further, and that you’re working within the law.

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