The ATO has confirmed today that deputy commissioner of superannuation Alison Lendon will leave her current position, and has confirmed her replacement.
Alison Lendon will leave her current role in the superannuation department to head the small business/ individual tax payers area of the ATO, effective 1 November 2015, according to the tax office.
The ATO has also confirmed that James O’Halloran will be replacing Ms Lendon as deputy commissioner of superannuation.
Mr O’Halloran is currently deputy commissioner of indirect tax within the ATO.
Although SMSF Adviser received official confirmation today, ATO staff were first notified of the change on 11 September 2015.
SUBSCRIBE TO THE SMSF ADVISER BULLETIN
- 17 Aug 2017Industry questions ATO’s capacity for new reportingBy Miranda Brownlee
- 17 Aug 2017Qld succession law changes tipped to impact SMSFsBy Miranda Brownlee
- 16 Aug 2017Contribution limits restricting future balances, warns mid-tierBy Staff Reporter
- 16 Aug 2017SMSF firms underprepared for events-based reportingBy Miranda Brownlee
- 15 Aug 2017SMSF auditor disqualified for misconductBy Staff Reporter
- 15 Aug 2017Class gains market share in financial year resultsBy Staff Reporter
- view all
- Industry questions ATO’s capacity for new reporting
With events-based reporting set to generate huge amounts of data, concerns have been raised about whether the ATO’s systems will be able t...read more
- Contribution limits restricting future balances, warns mid-tier
Clients hoping to accumulate a superannuation balance of $1.6 million by age 65 will need to start taking full advantage of concessional con...read more
- SMSF firms underprepared for events-based reporting
A straw poll has revealed that the majority of SMSF firms currently feel their firm is not equipped to deal with the proposed events-based r...read more
- view all