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Flashy cars, low income: ATO eyes tax-dodging red flag

Black economy participants and tax dodgers driving luxury cars will continue to come under ATO scrutiny as it looks to extend its motor vehicle data-matching program for a further three years.

Flashy cars, low income: ATO eyes tax-dodging red flag
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  • Shared by AccountantsDaily
  • January 21, 2021
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The extension of the data-matching program will see the ATO continue to collect records from eight state and territory motor vehicle registries for the 2019–20, 202021 and 202122 financial years.

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