Principles of Taxation Law 2017
Taxation law can be an incredibly complex subject to absorb, particularly when time is limited. Written specifically for students, Principles of Taxation Law 2017 brings much needed clarity to this area of law.
Utilising many methods to make this often daunting subject achievable, particular features of the 2017 edition include:
- seven parts: overview and structure, principles of income, deductions and offsets, timing issues, investment and business entities, tax avoidance and administration, and indirect taxes;
- clearly structured chapters within those parts grouped under helpful headings;
- flowcharts, diagrams and tables, end of chapter practice questions, and case summaries;
- an appendix containing all of the up to date and relevant rates; and
- the online self-testing component mentor, which provides questions for students of both business and law;
Every major aspect of the Australian tax system is covered, with chapters on topics such as goods and services tax, superannuation, offsets, partnerships, capital gains tax, trusts, company tax, tax administration and state taxes. All chapters have been thoroughly revised.
Australian Taxation Law Cases 2017
The 2017 edition of Australian Taxation Law Cases is a feature-packed resource that includes key new cases and revisions of the commentary. It explains how cases would be decided today and takes into account important recent changes in the law.
The text synthesises hundreds of cases into a single volume and has several features not found in other works. It assists students to:
• find cases organised by topic and see how related cases fit together;
• grasp the key features and outcomes of each case;
• see how older cases can be cited and used in arguments under today’s law;
• see how today’s statutes apply to the facts raised by older cases; and
• understand how overseas decisions may be cited to support interpretation of Australian legislation.
Every major aspect of the Australian tax system is covered, with chapters on topics such as goods and services tax, superannuation, offsets, partnerships, capital gains tax, trusts, company tax and tax administration. All chapters have been thoroughly revised.
Australian Taxation Law Cases 2017 enhances tax teaching and provides a valuable learning tool for all tax students.