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Improving black economy enforcement and offences

Improving black economy enforcement and offences


Advocacy ATO Legislation Powers Taxation 


The Law Institute of Victoria (LIV) has provided input to a consultation paper issued by Treasury on 'Improving black economy enforcement and offences'. 

In its submission, the LIV has suggested additional queries it believes should be addressed before an extensive view can be made. These include clarification on the definition of 'black economy offences', concerns with the proposal to reverse the onus of proof in certain matters, and the need for appropriate checks and balances against the Australian Taxation Office's additional and broader powers.

Read the submission here.


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