If the ATO considers you to have violated a tax law, the Commissioner may tax action against you.

The Commissioner often takes action against taxpayers under several areas of tax law, including:

  • Income Tax;
  • Capital Gains Tax (CGT);
  • Goods and Services Tax (GST);
  • Land Tax:
  • Transfer Duty (Stamp Duty);
  • Payroll Tax;
  • Self-Managed Super Funds (SMSF).

If you are have received a notice from the ATO which you believe may result in a tax dispute you should speak to one of the specialised tax lawyers in our tax dispute team.

We not only assist in disputing or appealing decisions of the ATO, we also:

  • offer a wide range of options to resolve a tax dispute in its early stages, including voluntary disclosures, private ruling requests and mediation;
  • negotiate successful outcomes for clients in tax disputes or legal proceedings brought by either the ATO and the Revenue NSW;
  • respond on your behalf to an ATO ‘Access to Information’ notice;
  • provide advice regarding federal and state tax disputes;
  • negotiate a payment plans and remission of interest and penalties application with the ATO;
  • represent you in court in relation to taxation offences.

Our tax dispute team understands the nuances of taxation disputes and the policies and procedures relied on by tax authorities.  This allows us to provide our clients with holistic advice which incorporates our clients’ needs with their rights and obligations when it comes to tax.

Talk to one of our expert lawyers today.