Objection letter sample format

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OBJECTIONAPPLICATION ANDBUSINESS LETTER
TABLE OF CONTENTSINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................11. and 2. Letter to Henry............................................................................................................13. Objection Form – for taxpayers..............................................................................................3CONCLUSION................................................................................................................................6REFERENCES................................................................................................................................7
INTRODUCTIONThe subject of Income Tax in Australia is governed by two principal legislations –The Income Tax Assessment Act, 1936 and The Income Tax Assessment Act, 1997. The presentassignment seeks to evaluate and suggest relevant measures to Henry, a taxation professional aswell as fisherman, who is not satisfied with the assessment made by the Taxation authorities. Inparticular, the study shall elaborate on the legal grounds on which an assessee is liable to file anobjection to the assessment, in addition to the procedure for filing of the objection form.1. and 2. Letter to HenrySamantha Samuels111, Railway Road,Carlton NSW 112822 September 2016Mr. Henry Thompson420, Widget StreetKarratha, WATo Mr. HenryI am writing this letter to assist you in filing of the objection under Section 175A of the1936 Act to the amended assessment dated 15 April 2015, in accordance to Section 14ZU of theTaxation Administration Act 1953 and also within the limitation period as stipulated in Act. Inaddition. I would like to take the privilege to inform you that Section 175A of the 1936 Actauthorizes you to take an action against the amended assessment issued by the Commissioner byexercising his powers under Section 170 of the 1936 Act. The courts in various cases has opinedthat a taxpayer has the right to object to an assessment or an amended assessment if he is notsatisfied by the findings contained in the assessment or the income so calculated by thecommissioner. For instance in the case ofHenderson v. Federal Commissioner of Taxation(1970) the court allowed an objection against an assessment which included the income of oneyear for some other income year (Woellner and et. al., 2016). Therefore, you are completelyauthorized under the said provision of law to file an objection against the imputed assessment.1
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