Jane Rolfe discusses her recent experiences lodging Part A of the Australian Local Files for some Significant Global Entities.
It was a frantic, yet exciting day in the office on Tuesday, 15 August as we counted down the last lodgements of Part A of the Australian Local Files (ALF) for those Significant Global Entities (SGE) that opted to go early and lodge Part A of the ALF in lieu of the International Dealings Schedule.
Here are our observations from our first tranche of lodgements:
Throughout the process, the ATO has been very responsive to questions and feedback, and undoubtedly, as we get through the first transitional year, refinements and improvements will be made.
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