Australian Tax Handbook Tax Return Edition 2019

Australian Tax Handbook Tax Return Edition 2019

By Peter Hanley, Robert Deutsch, Trevor Snape, Mark L Friezer, Ian G Fullerton

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$195.00 RRP

New Release, 23/08/2019

Code: 9780864698049

Thomson Reuters, AUSTRALIA

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Description

The Australian Tax Handbook Tax Return Edition 2019 helps you reach the answers you need – fast.

Perfectly timed for the mid-year tax return period, The Australian Tax Handbook Tax Return Edition 2019 covers the wide spectrum of Australian income tax law plus ralated taxes such as FBT and GST.

Whether you are a professional in a large organisation or small firm, or a student coming to grips with the Australian tax system, you will benefit from the Handbook’s clear overviews, practical analysis and related examples by expert practitioner authors. Handy tables of rates, calendars and checklists reduce the time you need to spend on keeping track of changing detail.

What’s New in The Australian Tax Handbook Tax Return Edition 2019

  • Small business - instant asset write-off threshold increased to $30,000 and extended for 12 months
  • Residency - significant Full Fed Court case on the meaning of permanent place of abode
  • Directory penalty provisions to be extended to cover GST, LCT and WET
  • Company losses - similar business test for using losses now law
  • Single Touch Payroll reporting is to be extended to all employers from 1 July 2019

Included are all key tax developments to 30 June 2019, including announcements in the 2019 Federal Budget. The content is highly relevant, easy to access and practical.

Table of Contents

  • Year in Review
  • Australian tax system
  • Income
  • Deductions
  • Capital Gains Tax
  • Entities
  • Special Classes of Taxpayers
  • Financial Arrangements
  • International Taxation
  • Superannuation
  • Anti-avoidance Provisions
  • Rulings, returns, assessments, objections and audits
  • Collection, Recovery and Audits
  • Other Administration
  • Fringe Benefits Tax
  • Other Taxes
  • Tax Planning
  • Tables and Ready reckoners
  • Cases Table
  • Rulings Table
  • Index

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