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We recently were audited and now have received a Position paper. We agree with most of it however some of the findings are not true. How do we have the position paper changed before they raise the recommended assessment. We are ok to pay the fair  tax but we believe the errors in the Position paper inflate our tax payable. What are our rights with the position paper that is now written by the auditors if we disagree with some of it?

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Hi @maree1990,

 

Welcome to our Community!

 

Generally speaking, if you've received position papers in relation to an audit, it would be best to contact the audit area directly. The letter should have direct contact details of the relevant officer or audit area for you to contact. Alternatively, you can contact our contact centre to speak with an operator who may be able to transfer you to the relevant area - have your paperwork with you when you call 

 

Thanks.

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Hi @maree1990,

 

Welcome to our Community!

 

Generally speaking, if you've received position papers in relation to an audit, it would be best to contact the audit area directly. The letter should have direct contact details of the relevant officer or audit area for you to contact. Alternatively, you can contact our contact centre to speak with an operator who may be able to transfer you to the relevant area - have your paperwork with you when you call 

 

Thanks.