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Tax time tips

When: Thursday, May 20, 2021

What Time: 02:00 PM - 03:00 PM AEST, click here to check your time zone

Where: Online - join via your computer!

Presented by: Debra Anderson & Adam O’Grady

About the Webinar

Join us to find out what’s new this tax time. We’ll talk about ways you can prepare and the risk areas that the ATO and TPB will be focussing on this year. 

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Debra Anderson

Debra is a registered tax practitioner with extensive experience as a BAS agent and tax agent. She is a Fellow of the Institute of Public Accountants, and a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and the National Tax and Accountants’ Association. She specialises in tax and technology for small business, has a Master of Business Administration and has worked extensively with the Australian Taxation Office on matters relating to tax practitioners and small business.

Debra was appointed to the Board in February 2019.

Adam O’Grady 

Adam O’Grady is currently the Assistant Commissioner – Risk & Strategy Individuals, as part of the Individuals & Intermediaries business line. Adam has over 18 years’ experience with the ATO, starting with the ATO in 2003. Over his career he has worked in a variety of roles and groups including roles in Service Delivery, Enterprise Solutions & Technology, Law Design and Practice and the Client Engagement Group.

The Risk & Strategy Individuals stream leads the ATO in understanding the Individuals tax system, risks, client behaviour and drivers of a client’s risk appetite. Using this knowledge combined with data and technology, we design an integrated risk treatment strategy that builds trust and confidence in the community. We have a strong focus on delivering an improved end-to-end client experience employing protective, preventative and corrective strategies to detect and deal with risks. Our ultimate goal is to increase future voluntary compliance and sustainably reduce the Individuals (not-in-business) tax gap.