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Australian Taxation Office

Australian government statutory agency and the principal revenue collection body

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The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) is an Australian statutory agency and the principal revenue collection body for the Australian government. The ATO has responsibility for administering the Australian federal taxation system, superannuation legislation, and other associated matters. Responsibility for the operations of the ATO are within the portfolio of the Federal Treasurer.

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ATO seeks to bankrupt Huang Xiangmo over $140 million bill

Lawyers for the exiled Chinese billionaire said there is not the "remotest possibility" the Tax Office could pursue him for the debt in Hong Kong or China.
The Age - Published

ATO fears Huang Xiangmo's assets structured to 'hinder creditors'

The Tax Office is pursuing the exiled billionaire for $140 million and has served debt-collecting notices on casinos in Sydney and Melbourne.
The Age - Published

Australia's struggling migrant taxi drivers have been given a lifeline

Taxi drivers fighting to survive the rise of ridesharing have welcomed an Australian Tax Office announcement expected to lift their income.
SBS - Published

'Thou shall pay tax': Tasmanians who argued taxes 'against God's will' ordered to pay $2.3m

Two Tasmanians have been ordered to pay more than $2.3 million to the Australian Taxation Office after not paying income tax because it is against God's word.
SBS - Published

Bible doesn't say 'thou shalt not pay tax'

Two Tasmanians have been ordered to pay more than $2.3 million to the Australian Taxation Office after not paying income tax because it is against God's word.
SBS - Published

Union warns of tax return delays at ATO

Public sector union CPSU is warning tax returns could be delayed due to understaffing at the Australian Taxation Office.
SBS - Published

Australia's migrant business owners say they're struggling with 1 July tax law changes

From 1 July, all small businesses employing fewer than 20 staff in will face sweeping changes in the way they interact with the Australian Tax Office. Up to half of those affected may be unaware of the..
SBS - Published

Key crossbencher calls for government protection for ATO whistleblower

Key crossbench Senator Rex Patrick has called on the government to intervene on behalf of tax office whistleblower Richard Boyle.
The Age - Published

Tax office works with global partners

The Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission and Australian Taxation Office are taking part in more than 50 investigations into global tax crime.
SBS - Published

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