The first computers used by the ATO were used primarily for issuing the five million refund cheques sent out each year in the mid 1960s.
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When a person deliberately lies to the ATO to reduce their amount of tax payable by understating assessable income, overstating allowable deductions or incorrectly claiming tax credits and tax offsets. Tax evasion is against the law.read more glossary terms