We have begun the process of making this possible, making available many of your Tax Services on the Legal Online playform.
As well as the convenience of a single platform, Legal Online opens up a world of additional functionality including:
- Improved Navigation & Searching Capabilities
- Improved inter product Linking
- Legislation Currency Statements
- Document level Deep Linking capability
We have already made the following services available on Legal Online:
Australian Superannuation Practice Legislation & Research Materials (March)
Income tax legislation
Family law legislation
APRA superannuation circulars and guidance notes and
ATO superannuation circulars
Australian Superannuation Practice – Commentary (March)
The commentary has been written to provide a practical and analytical approach to superannuation issues, and includes relevant case law, worked examples and checklists. The commentary also outlines recent regulatory practices and warns practitioners of “traps” they may encounter. It includes cross references to legislation and also to other related areas of commentary so that further research may be performed as required.
Duties Legislation NSW (March)
This work was written by the late Justice Graham Hill, judge of the Federal Court of Australia. Thomson Reuters is very proud of its long association with such a well-respected author. Duties Legislation provides detailed commentary on the NSW and ACT duties legislation, updated in conjunction with Cannon and Aitken. His in-depth discussion of the implications of the provisions will assist you to understand stamp duties law and guide you through the key conceptual areas of the NSW legislation model. Including the relevant legislation, you will find this service a practical and essential addition to your practice.
Stamp Duties SA (March)
Stamp Duties SA provides comprehensive coverage of all aspects of stamp duties legislation and Stamp Duties Office practice. It includes the full text of the Stamp Duties Act 1923 with detailed annotations, plus other relevant legislation. Among the many features of this service are a discussion of important decisions from other States, the Federal and High Courts as well as practice pointers and second reading speeches for new Bills amending the relevant revenue laws.
ITAA 1997 Commentary (April)
ITAA 1997 Legislation (April)
ITAA 1936 Commentary (April)
ITAA 1936 Legislation (April)
Capital Gains Tax (April)
Capital Gains Tax provides detailed commentary on the CGT provisions contained in the ITAA 1997 (as well as commentary on the former CGT provisions contained in the ITAA 1936).
The commentary deals in depth with the crucial, day-to-day practice areas such as the small business concessions (Div 152), the main residence exemption (Subdiv 118-B), the effect of death (Div 128), the whole range of CGT events (including in particular those affecting trusts) and rollover concessions. We constantly update the commentary for legislative change, cases, rulings and ATO IDs with the aim of making the commentary the most up to date, detailed and fully integrated commentary on CGT available.
Duties Legislation Qld (May)
Duties Legislation Queensland reproduces the Duties Act 2001 and the Taxation Administration Act 2001 and Regulations as well as the forms, practice directions and revenue rulings of the Office of State Revenue.
Dr Jeff Mann, a tax expert, guides practitioners through the new conceptual framework with practice pointers to find solutions to tax minimisation.
Products scheduled for release in the comming months include:
Cooper and Evans on CGT
Tax Rates & Tables
Australian Tax Handbook
Fringe Benefits Tax
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