Quick Reference Card Tax I, 2016
This Quick Reference Card offers a summary of the fundamental principles of tax law in Australia, including reference to relevant legislation
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Quick Reference Card Tax I, written by Associate Professor and Associate Dean Academic at Flinders University, Dr Paul Kenny, clearly summaries Australian tax by using the most important principles, legislation and cases. This Quick Reference Card makes an ideal study aid both for classroom and exam use and is an excellent quick-reference tool for legal and tax students as well as professionals. This card covers income tax, international tax, statutory income, non-assessable income, capital gains tax, general and specific deductions, deduction limitations, special taxpayers, fringe benefits tax and GST.
- Concise summary of the most important principles of Australian tax
- Overview of important legislation and cases
- Bold headings and colour coded boxes structure the subject
Kenny, Blissenden, Villios, Australian Tax 2016
Kenny (ed), LexisNexis Concise Tax Legislation 2016
Gilders, Taylor, Walpole, Burton & Ciro, Understanding Taxation Law 2016