The team at Thomson Reuters proudly presents the relaunch of inTAX magazine for 2011 and beyond.
In addition to the usual practical tax technical articles, inTAX will feature new regular columns such as Tax-In-Action, which examines practical tax issues that arise in real-life client situations, and In-Focus, which provides hands-on technical refresher courses on a wide range of tax hot topics.
inTAX continues to be written by experienced tax practitioners and writers to provide busy tax practitioners with technical articles on a wide range of tax hot topics and current tax issues in an easy-to-read, new-look magazine format.
For those who need to keep up-to-date with the latest tax news and topics affecting your practice without doing a lot of technical research, and require practical and useful tax information delivered on a monthly basis, then inTAX is the ideal publication.
Features and benefits:
- MORE tax technical articles covering a wide range of tax topics, including CGT, Superannuation, FBT and GST.
- NEW regular features (i.e. Tax-In-Action and In-Focus) that provide practical tips and strategies to help readers advise clients on real-life tax scenarios, and to refresh themselves on a wide range of tax hot topics.
- NEW monthly Legislation Update highlighting the progress and status of the latest tax Bills and Acts.
- NEW regular What do clients really want? column, which contains insightful transcripts of interviews conducted with accounting clients that will help readers better understand what they really want from their advisors. The column will equip readers with the knowledge to improve the way they deliver services to their clients.
- Monthly inTAX Seminars directory featuring a nationwide list of tax-related seminars and courses available.
- A selection of the latest Thomson Reuters’ Tax Questions & Answers to help you understand how the latest tax developments affect your client’s particular circumstances.
- inTAX’s authors have extensive tax background and experience in the industry, and include experienced tax practitioners & writers from Thomson Reuters, Grant Thornton, PricewaterhouseCoopers, & many more leading accounting and legal firms in Australia.
inTAX will continue to be published 11 times in 2011 in magazine format and online in searchable PDF format.
For more information go to the Thomson Reuters website by clicking on the following link: http://www.thomsonreuters.com.au/catalogue/ProductDetails.asp?id=1305