The pain of Payne

Dabner, Justin (2001) The pain of Payne. Taxation in Australia, 35 (10). pp. 545-548.

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[Extract] Travel Expenses - the pain of Payne. As discussed by Annamaria Carey in the previous ediditon of Taxation in Australia, the High Court handed down its decision in Commissioner of Taxation v Payne [2001] HCA 3 on 8 February 2001. Whilst the Court found against the taxpayer in his claim for travel expenses the matter was remitted back to the AAT for determination on whether the taxpayer could nevertheless rely on a favourable public ruling. The decision is a double blow for taxpayers because in an attempt to contest a ruling made by the ATO, not only has the ATO's position been affirmed but the decision is so encompassing that aspects of the ruling favourable to taxpayers will now need to be reconsidered.

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Item Type: Article (Research - C1)
ISSN: 0494-8343
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