About Michael Croker CA

Michael leads our taxation policy and advocacy work with federal and state governments and regulatory bodies in Australia.

He previously led the team that developed our tax, superannuation and financial advisory services training program.

Prior to joining us, Michael was responsible for the corporate tax law syllabus within PwC Australia.

Michael has also lectured on postgraduate tax at The University of Sydney.

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  1. Cashed-up Coalition aims to entice voters

    The 2019 Budget seeks to position the Coalition government as the economic manager Australians can trust and includes the biggest personal tax cuts since the Howard years...

  2. Labor’s proposed limitation on negative gearing deductions for real estate

    One advantage of being a very old tax practitioner is remembering the heady tax reform days of the Hawke Labor government, the leadership of then Treasurer Paul Keating and the implementation work of...

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  3. Royal Commissioners Interim Report will strike a chord with Chartered Accountants in public practice

    IInterim Report of the Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry...

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  4. Labor to appoint Second Commissioner to review disputes

    Michael Croker comments on that the ATO could come to see Labor’s latest tax initiative in a positive light...

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  5. Australia should steal New Zealand's tax policy playbook

    When it comes to tax reform, Australia could learn a lot from New Zealand...

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  6. Chartered Accountants ANZ to participate in ATO webcast

    Michael Croker participate in an ATO Webcast...

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  7. Stopping the ‘fake IDs’ of business. A new risk assurance approach needed for ABNs

    Chartered Accountants ANZ is interested in your thoughts about the recently released Treasury consultation paper on reforming the Australian Business Number (ABN) arrangements...

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  8. How CAs learn not to talk about tax during Tax Time 2018

    It’s almost Tax Time 2018 and the ATO’s communications team is sparing no effort in helping taxpayers understand the do’s and don’ts of personal tax return preparation. I’ve lost count of the media...

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  9. Preparing your team for tax time 2018

    CAs in public practice need to take steps now to prepare for the new focus on Individual tax returns...

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