The Australian Tax Handbook covers the full spectrum of income tax law, related taxes and tax reform, featuring clear overviews, concise explanations and worked examples to make the tax system easier to understand and apply in practice.
Written by specialists in accounting and law firms, corporations and academia who combine a wealth of practical experience and knowledge with an excellent ability to impart an understanding of tax law, the Australian Tax Handbook has a logical organisation and structure – tiered commentary, with clear overviews and introductions leading to deeper analysis of specific tax topics.
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Features of the product include;
- States the law as at 1 January 2010 and covers proposed changes to tax law outstanding at that date.
- Comprehensive coverage of income tax law, regulation and practice and related taxes, presented in a concise, easy-to-read format.
- Clear explanations and practical analysis supported by numerous worked examples.
- Logical organisation and structure – tiered commentary, with clear overviews and introductions leading to deeper analysis of specific tax topics.
- Quick reference tools such as tax rates and tables, ‘ready reckoners’, depreciation rates, calendars, checklists.
- Extensively cross-referenced to other Thomson Reuters key tax resources.
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