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Australian Taxation Law 2015 - 25th Edition

by: Robin Woellner, Stephen Barkoczy, Shirley Murphy, Chris Evans, Dale Pinto

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Publisher: CCH Oxford Universit,22 Jan 15

Category: Law - Torts Level: B/I/A

ISBN: 1925159671
ISBN13: 9781925159677

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Australian Taxation Law was previously published by CCH Australia.
Celebrating its 25th edition, this leading annual tax text for students and practitioners provides a comprehensive analysis of relevant legislation, case law and rulings, and a conceptual framework within which to assess topical tax issues. Australian Taxation Law 2015 covers income tax, superannuation, the goods and services tax, fringe benefits tax and state taxes.
Diagrams and flowcharts, practical examples and sample calculations are included to assist the reader in understanding the key principles. The work also includes a section of tax rates and tables for reference purposes and a "Key tax websites" table which lists useful and popular websites for tax practitioners and students.

Topics covered include:

- Operation of the current tax system and options for reform
- Income, deductions and offsets
- Capital gains tax
- Partnerships Trusts - including trust streaming
- Corporations and shareholders
- Dividend imputation system
- Consolidation rules
- Tax accounting
- Capital allowances
- Small business taxation
- Financial transactions
- International tax - including transfer pricing rules
- Debt/equity and thin capitalisation
- Tax avoidance - including Pt IVA
- Superannuation
- Fringe benefits tax
- Goods and services tax
- Returns, assessments and appeals
- Collection of tax - including PAYG
- ATO investigations, offences and penalties.

Australian Taxation Law 2015 is also available in the following value packs:
Core Student Taxpak 2 2015
Core Student Taxpak 4 2015
Core Student Taxpak 6 2015
Foundations Student Taxpak 4 2015
Foundations Student Taxpak 5 2015

1. Introduction to income tax law
2. Tax Formula, tax rates, and tax offsets
3. Assessable income: general principles
4. Income from personal exertion
5. Income from property
6. Income from business
7. Capital gains tax: general topics
8. Capital gains tax: concessions and special topics
9. Non-assessable income
10. General deductions
11. Specific deductions
12. Capital allowances and capital works
13. Tax accounting
14. Trading stock
15. Small business entities and concessions
16. Taxation of partnership income
17. Taxation of trust income
18. Taxation of corporate tax entities and their members
19. Corporate tax losses, net capital losses and bad debts
20. Taxation of consolidated groups
21. Special taxpayers and incentive schemes
22. Taxation of financial transactions
23. Superannuation
24. International aspects
25. Tax evasion, avoidance and planning
26. Fringe benefits tax
27. Goods and services tax
28. State taxes
29. Administrative aspects of taxation
30. Tax rulings, tax returns and assessments
31. Challenging an assessment
32. Collection and recovery of tax
33. Offences, penalties and regulation of tax practitioners
34. Rates and tables

Case table
Decisions of Boards of Review and AAT (Taxation Appeals Division)
Legislation Finding List
Rulings Finding List

Robin Woellner - Adjunct professor, School of Taxation and Business Law, University of New South Wales

Stephen Barkoczy - Professor, School of Law, Monash University

Shirley Murphy - Adjunct Lecturer - Department of Accounting and Corporate Governance, Macquarie University

Chris Evans - Professor, School of Taxation and Business Law, University of New South Wales

Dale Pinto - Professor and Head of Department, Curtin Business School, Curtin University