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Australian Tax 2019 (eBook)

Australian Tax 2019 (eBook)

Kenny, P; Blissenden, M; Villios, S, 2018

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Australian Tax 2019 is an introductory level text offering a straightforward explanation of Australia’s tax laws.

 

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Description

Australian Tax 2019 is an introductory level text offering a straightforward explanation of Australia’s tax laws using the unique tax pyramid method. This modern step-by-step process helps to simplify and explain Australia’s complex tax laws and provides a framework for students to carry their knowledge into practice.


Australian Tax 2019 is designed for both international and domestic business students and includes online student support, facilitating student engagement.

 

Features

• Teaches students tax problem-solving skills
• Self-learning student material
• Content aligned with curriculum for financial planning undergraduate and TAFE courses

 

Related Titles

Kenny & Walpole, Concise Tax Legislation 2019
Kenny, Quick Reference Card: Tax I and II, 2016
Khoury, LexisNexis Case Summaries: Tax, 8th ed, 2015
Taylor, Walpole, Burton, Ciro & Murray, Understanding Taxation Law 2019

Author

Dr Paul Kenny is Associate Professor in Taxation Law at Flinders University and Director of the Business Research Adelaide Network, www.bran.biz. He publishes in small business taxation and small business digital economy conference papers, national and international journals, as well as research books. Prior to teaching, Paul worked for the Australian Taxation Office and tax consulting firms.


Michael Blissenden is a Professor in the School of Law at Western Sydney University. He has published extensively in national and international journals dealing with teaching pedagogy and also in relation to taxation law.


Dr Sylvia Villios is a Senior Lecturer at the Adelaide Law School, University of Adelaide. Sylvia teaches and researches in taxation law, and prior to her teaching appointment was engaged in legal practice at two of Adelaide's leading law firms.


Contributors:


Gordon Mackenzie is Senior Lecturer at UNSW School of Taxation and Business Law.


Lidia Xynas is Associate Professor and Director Teaching & Learning, College of Law & Justice, Victoria University.

Table of Contents

1. The Taxpayers and Introduction
2. Who We Don’t Tax, Free Riders and Policy
3. Income Tax Basics
4. International Tax
5. Income Tax Accounting
6. Ordinary Income
7. Statutory Income
8. Non-assessable Income
9. Capital Gains and losses
10. General Deductions
11. Specific Deductions
12. Deduction Limitations
13. Capital Allowances
14. Entities
15. Superannuation and Eligible Termination Payments
16. Special Taxpayers
17. Anti-avoidance
18. Fringe Benefits Tax
19. Goods and Services
20. Tax Planning
22. Tax Administration
22. Taxation in Practice
23. Solving Complexity

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