Income Tax Assessment Act 1936

PART IV - RETURNS AND ASSESSMENTS  

SECTION 175A   OBJECTIONS AGAINST ASSESSMENTS  

175A(1)   [Objections]  

A taxpayer who is dissatisfied with an assessment made in relation to the taxpayer may object against it in the manner set out in Part IVC of the Taxation Administration Act 1953 .

175A(2)   [Where taxpayer cannot make objection]  

A taxpayer cannot object under subsection (1) against an assessment ascertaining that:


(a) the taxpayer has no taxable income; or


(b) the taxpayer has an amount of taxable income and no tax is payable.

175A(3)  


Subsection (2) does not prevent the taxpayer from objecting against an assessment if the taxpayer is seeking an increase in:


(a) the taxpayer ' s liability; or


(b) the total of the taxpayer ' s tax offset refunds.


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