ATO focussing on small business tax and collection in 2022-23
Improving small business tax performance is one of the key areas the ATO has said it will be focussing on in...READ MORE
The ATO failed to be “fair and reasonable” when considering late enrolments for the JobKeeper program, causing eligible businesses to miss out on the wage subsidy, a new report by the tax watchdog has revealed.
At least 20 taxpayers made a complaint to the Inspector General of Taxation and Tax Ombudsman (IGTO) after their late JobKeeper enrolment request was denied by the ATO based on restrictive and narrow guidance provided to frontline Tax Office staff.
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