All is not lost if the ATO has issued a tax assessment and you believe that they have got it wrong because you are able to dispute the assessment by lodging an objection if you have grounds. We have set out below everything you need to know about preparing a tax objection.
Grounds for Objection
You can dispute a default assessment or an audit decision if you have grounds for an objection.
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