The Chairman of the Board of Taxation, Mr Dick Warburton, today urged interested members of the community to respond to an on-line survey released by KPMG Australia for the Board’s review of community consultation on the development of taxation legislation.
The KPMG survey and further information on the Board’s review of consultation arrangements can be accessed via the Board of Taxation’s internet site at www.taxboard.gov.au.
‘The survey is an essential part of the work being undertaken by KPMG on behalf of the Board and is expected to generate crucial information for the development of recommendations on improved consultation arrangements’, Mr Warburton stated.
Over 600 individuals and organisations, including taxpayer associations, business representatives, tax practitioners, welfare organisations and other community groups have already received an invitation from KPMG to respond to the survey. Mr Warburton today extended this invitation to all those in the general community with an interest in taxation consultation arrangements.
Mr Warburton announced on 15 May 2001 that the Board had engaged KPMG Australia to assist the Board’s review of consultation arrangements through the preparation of a report that examines the goals of consultation and recommends best practice principles, including operational improvements, possible feedback mechanisms and performance measures.