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Retro active tax legislation: a 'deaf leopard' and his spots

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Retro active tax legislation: a 'deaf leopard' and his spots
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Retro active tax legislation: a 'deaf leopard' and his spots
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eng
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On 20 September 2007, the Howard Government rushed through Parliament legislation which retroactively amended the Australian Crime Commission Act 2002. The reason the amending legislation was introduced can be traced to procedural bungles by the Australian Crime Commission in undertaking investigations as part of Project Wickenby. This project was started to investigate internationally promoted tax arrangements that allegedly involve tax avoidance or evasion, and in some cases large-scale money laundering
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In: Revenue law journal. - Gold Coast. - Vol. 17 (2007),
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Jay, T
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English
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  • illegal activity
  • tax evasion
  • money laundering
  • retroactive effect
  • criminal tax law
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Retro active tax legislation: a 'deaf leopard' and his spots
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Retro active tax legislation: a 'deaf leopard' and his spots
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