Australia to reform its general anti-avoidance regime
After a series of court losses suffered by the Commissioner of Taxation, Australia's general anti-avoidance regime (GAAR), part IVA, looks set to undergo a significant modification to its scope and application. Mark Friezer and John Boyagi of Clayton Utz explore the reasons motivating the reform and why taxpayers need to keep track of the changes.
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