When you find yourself in a position where you’ve potentially breached tax laws, it’s time to contact a lawyer that you can trust to defend you.

Tax regulations are constantly changing and sometimes taxpayers can unintentionally fail to fulfil their tax obligations. Regardless of your lack of intention to break tax laws, if the ATO finds you in breach of the law, you may be fined, penalised, and potentially convicted with a criminal offence.

With all the daily stresses and distractions, it’s understandable that the chore of lodging tax returns can often fall to the back of your mind. But with such serious consequences on the table for a tax violation, it’s imperative to obtain high-quality legal assistance when you receive a letter from the ATO.

The experts at Antunes Lawyers are here to represent you and fight on your behalf for your best interests.

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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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