Monday, December 04, 2017

Why tax havens persist, and where a rethink could take hold

 The area-by-area blitz — which includes Sydney's Cabramatta and Chinatown, Melbourne's Glen Waverley, Brisbane's Sunnybank, Adelaide's Glenelg and Perth's CBD — was initiated at the behest of TaxCommissioner Chris Jordan. During his interview series with The Australian, Mr Jordan has revealed ... Taxman targets specific suburbs in cash-only business blitz

Tax Commissioner Chris Jordan is spearheading an international probe into last month’s 13.5-million-document Paradise Papers data leak, as he also revealed a $50 million windfall from the earlier Panama Papers. In his first interview on the Australian Taxation Office’s ­response to the Paradise Papers, Mr Jordan said he would focus on professional services firms — including accountants, lawyers and tax specialists — as the initial targets of his investigations, for potential breaches they committed on behalf of high-flying clients. Tax chief Chris Jordan leads global response to Paradise Papers leak

Australian Taxation Office's Chris Jordan

 in 'Al Capone' style bid to ...

Tax commissioner Chris Jordan has unveiled a plan to give motorcycle gangs the “Al Capone treatment” to ensure more criminals go to prison, as crack joint Australian ... Mr Jordan believes bikie gangs, in  particular, are a potentially fertile target for both revenue and potential criminal tax evasion charges. 

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THE first staff of the new Gosford Australian Taxation Office will enjoy some of the best views in the city when they start work tomorrow.
The Express Advocate got a glimpse inside the swanky new facility this week when Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull was given a tour of the lower floor of the office.

New Gosford ATO staff will enjoy some of best views in city via