How does the IGTO decide what areas to review? The IGTO may commence a review on their own initiative. The Minister may also direct that the IGTO undertake a particular review. The IGTO may also be asked by the Commissioner of Taxation, the Assistant Treasurer or Parliament to review particular areas. If you have an area you believe the IGTO should review, you may raise this with us through our complaint form, mail or fax. Can the IGTO recommend what the Government should tax and how much tax should be applied? These are policy matters for the Government. The Government receives advice on tax policy matters from a number of agencies, including the Treasury and the Board of Taxation. Does the Commissioner of Taxation have to do everything the IGTO recommends? The IGTO cannot compel the Commissioner of Taxation to take any particular course of action. However, the Commissioner has historically agreed with the vast majority of the IGTO's recommendations and has sought to implement them. Can I get copies of the IGTO reports? Yes. All of the IGTO's reports that have been publicly released are available for download on the Reports of Reviews page. How can I contribute to an IGTO review? If you have an area you believe the IGTO should review, you may raise this with us through our complaint form, mail or fax. The IGTO may also call for submissions in respect of a review. To be kept up to date regarding IGTO reviews and other IGTO work, you can follow us on Twitter @insp_gen_tax or alternatively, register to receive RSS updates.