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Crackdown continues on overclaimed expenses Posted on October 21, 2019

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The Tax Practitioners Board (TPB) has identified 2,000 high-risk tax practitioners that are responsible for over $1 billion in overclaimed expenses. We aren’t one of them, and here’s how we maintain our professional integrity.

Many tax agents targeted by the TPD aren’t registered. Robson Partners is registered with both the very investigators of this issue – the Tax Practitioners Board and Chartered Accountants Australia New Zealand. Registration involves a high qualification standard of professionals, strict adherance to the code of ethics and commitment to the governance standards.

Our team undertakes weekly training to ensure we are up to date with the latest legislation and compliance requirements. We gather on a Tuesday to ensure we do not miss a beat – and we do it over a shared lunch which makes it a proper team affair.

We exist to help clients to be better off and we believe this is possible through ethical leadership. Our specialist knowledge and commitment to regulatory legislation and integrity drives reliable performance.

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