ATO getting tough on those who don’t respond
The Australian Taxation Office said it is instigating stronger action for people who have not met their tax...READ MORE
Uber and Airbnb will be dragged before the Senate inquiry into corporate tax avoidance this week to face questions about tax structures that allow them to route profits through Netherlands and Ireland.
Uber and Airbnb have already made submissions to the inquiry arguing they comply with Australian tax laws, and claiming that their Australian operations merely provide support services to parent companies based in the Netherlands and Ireland respectively.
Read the full story at The Sydney Morning Herald.