ATO to target Big Oil

WHILE companies were making deals at APPEA 2017 in Perth yesterday, the Australian Taxation Office said the country’s biggest oilers face possible litigation for claiming massive tax deductions from related party loans.

  • Haydn Black
  • 17 May 2017
  • 09:21
  • News
ATO to target Big Oil
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