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OECD Proposals for Mandatory Disclosure of Tax Information

OECD Proposals for Mandatory Disclosure of Tax Information

By LIV

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The Law Institute of Victoria (LIV) provided a submission in response to the Australian Government's discussion paper released in May 2016 concerning the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) proposals for mandatory disclosure of tax information.

The LIV's submission provided comments in two respects, being the application of the mandatory disclosure regime to tax advisors involved in the management of aggressive tax arrangements, and the application of the mandatory disclosure regime to legal practitioners.

Read the submission here (PDF). 

 

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