|IMPROVEMENTS TO SELF ASSESSMENT - PRIORITY TASKS AN INFORMATION PAPER AUGUST 1991||1|
|IMPROVEMENTS TO SELF ASSESSMENT - PRIORITY TASKS AN INFORMATION PAPER AUGUST 1991||3|
|SECTION 1 OVERVIEW OF THE PRIORITY TASKS||21|
|SECTION 2 PENALTIES||26|
|SECTION 3 PROSECUTIONS||38|
|SECTION 4 KEEPING AND PROVIDING RECORDS||39|
|SECTION 5 LATE LODGMENT PENALTY||41|
|SECTION 6 CONDUCT OF TAX AGENTS||42|
|SECTION 7 INTEREST||43|
|SECTION 8 RULINGS||58|
|SECTION 9 REVIEW RIGHTS||67|
|SECTION 10 SELF AMENDMENT||71|
|SECTION 11 DISCRETIONS||72|
|SECTION 12 ELECTIONS AND NOTIFICATIONS||74|
|SECTION 13 KEY ISSUES AND TAX OFFICE POSITION QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS||75|
|SECTION 14 EARLIEST IMPLEMENTATION TIMETABLE||91|
Australia. Treasury & Kerin, John. (1991). Improvements to self assessment : priority tasks : an information paper, August 1991 Retrieved June 18, 2021, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-1940914425
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| author1=Australia. Treasury.
| author2=Kerin, John.
| title=Improvements to self assessment : priority tasks : an information paper, August 1991
| section=x, 77 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
| series=Parliamentary paper (Australia. Parliament) ;
| issue=PP no. 182 of 1991
| publisher=Commonwealth of Australia
| access-date=18 June 2021
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