There is much happening in tax and we at Thomson Reuters make sure we cover it.
We seek to help practitioners manage the large volume of tax developments that occur by providing clear well-structured contents lists for Weekly Tax Bulletin and by giving each article a clear and meaningful heading. Practitioners can then decide what reports they wish to read. It is also a permanent reference source that can be referred back to whenever necessary.
In 2011, Weekly Tax Bulletin published 53 issues with 2081 updates and 85 Practitioner articles. Practitioners are entitled to wince at the volume of change, but unfortunately, ignorance of the tax law is no excuse. Practitioners might not like the volume of change they are faced with, but they can be sure that “if it moves in tax, it’s covered in Weekly Tax Bulletin”.
The Weekly Tax Bulletin also features a special year-end tax planning issue, a special Federal Budget issue (and budget follow up reports) and regular international tax updates. The Bulletin also provides a recent articles research tool – it references tax articles in a wide variety of journals which saves time for busy practitioners.
The Weekly Tax Bulletin actively leverages the global nature of Thomson Reuters to benefit our customers. Tax is now more transnational and cross-border than ever before and Thomson Reuters is ideally placed to cover that. Weekly Tax Bulletin regularly uses our links with the worldwide Reuters network and with Thomson Reuters in places like New York, New Zealand and Europe to bring our subscribers major tax reports of interest, for example, concerning tax havens, offshore tax evasion, transfer pricing, withholding tax on offshore assets, NZ tax reforms of relevance in Australia, bank secrecy (for example, the UBS saga in the US), US action on reportable tax positions (the ATO is now adopting this approach here), carbon tax experience from Europe.
There is simply more coverage, more detail, and more value with Weekly Tax Bulletin.