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3 reasons not to use your SMSF to buy residential | Cromwell Property Group
www.cromwellinsight.com.au, 9 May 2015 [cached]
Acting Commissioner Bruce Quigley said he was concerned that some people were using their SMSFs to invest in property without fully understanding their obligations under the law.
He said others were seeking to take advantage of certain types of arrangements to get around the law, which was resulting in the fund's trustees being disqualified, facing civil penalties or even facing criminal charges.
ato.gov.au, 25 July 2013 [cached]
Second Commissioner Bruce Quigley
Bruce Quigley began working for the ATO in February 1972.
He was appointed Second Commissioner (Law) in December 2006 and, in July 2009, took up the role of Second Commissioner (Compliance).
In this role Bruce
leads delivery of the Compliance Program which outlines to the community both those areas of risk that will attract the interest of the ATO
and the compliance response to those risks.
It also provides an overview of the practical assistance and guidance available to taxpayers who want to do the right thing.
As Second Commissioner (Law), Bruce had overall responsibility for the ATO's interpretation of the tax laws and input to the design and implementation of new laws.
The Australian Valuation Office fell within Bruce's area of responsibility and Bruce also had a significant corporate governance role as Chair of the ATO's Audit Committee.
Before becoming Second Commissioner (Law), Bruce was Deputy Chief Tax Counsel and National Program Manager for the Tax Counsel Network.
led technical decision-making in the highest priority and most complex technical issues.
Bruce has wide experience in tax design and administration.
He has held several senior management positions in tax including Complex Audit Manager and Audit Chief as well as First Assistant Commissioner, Deputy Commissioner and Deputy Child Support Registrar.
During the implementation of the New Tax System, Bruce led the team working with Treasury and the Office of Parliamentary Counsel on the design and development of the GST and other indirect tax laws.
is considered an international expert in GST
and has advised overseas jurisdictions and presented papers at international conferences.
Bruce has degrees in accounting and law, is a fellow of CPA Australia and the Taxation Institute of Australia.
has been admitted as a barrister of the Supreme Court of NSW
Bruce was appointed to the position of Second Commissioner for the period 18 December 2006 to 17 December 2013 under the provisions of the Taxation Administration Act 1953 - section 4.
» Labourers, sales managers put on Australian Tax Office hit list | Professionals Western Australia Finance
www.professionalsfinancewa.com.au, 12 Nov 2013 [cached]
The ATO's head of tax compliance, Bruce Quigley, says if you are employed in construction, sales or marketing, there is a much higher chance your work-related expense claims will be scrutinised.
"People are on notice in those industries, in those professions," he
ATO Second Commissioner Bruce ...
www.personalinvestor.com.au, 2 Dec 2013 [cached]
ATO Second Commissioner Bruce Quigley said the tax office was looking closely at these arrangements, and had invited individuals to contact the ATO to make a voluntary disclosure, which may result in a reduced penalty.
"Professional practices may legitimately operate as a partnership of discretionary trusts, but in some cases we're seeing people misuse these structures to avoid their tax obligations," Quigley
said in a statement.
"We are seeing people in the ...
irrigation.org.au, $reference.date [cached]
"We are seeing people in the industry collude to exploit the rebate and share the benefit through manipulating prices charged for grapes, wine or services," Second Commissioner Bruce Quigley said.
"We believe these arrangements breach the anti-avoidance provisions of the GST Act.
They appear to be against the intent of the rebate which is to assist small wine producers.
"The recent favourable decision in the case of SJ Buller Pty Ltd and Commissioner of Taxation supported the ATO's view of the law and our continued need to focus on these types of WET arrangements" Mr Quigley said.