Robert Deutsch, Trevor Snape, Robert Deutsch, Mark L Friezer, Ian G Fullerton, Peter Hanley, Trevor Snape
15 Aug 2001
Perfectly timed for the mid-year tax return period, The Australian Tax Handbook Tax Return Edition 2015 consolidates major enhancements to ensure that the content is highly relevant, easy to access and practical. The Australian Tax Handbook Tax Return Edition 2015 helps you reach the answers you need â€“ fast. The new edition still covers the wide spectrum of Australian income tax law plus related taxes, and includes all key tax developments to 30 June 2015. 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 Handbookâ€™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. Get a head start in peak tax-return time with your copy of The Australian Tax Handbook Tax Return Edition 2015. Incorporating key developments arising from the 2015 Federal Budget, this edition also includes commentary on the: Increase from $1,000 to $20,000 in the immediate write-off threshold for small business depreciating assets 1.5% cut in company tax rate for small business â€“ and tax discount for unincorporated small business Immediate deduction for professional expenses incurred by start up businesses Simplification of substantiation rules for car expenses Changes to the employee share scheme rules Incentive for greenfields mineral explorers The Australian Tax Handbook is available onÂ Thomson Reuters' Checkpoint online platform, (updated fourÂ times per year), andÂ as an eBook on the Thomson Reuters' Proview eReader. Also available as a package with Thomson Reuters Tax Examples,Â whichÂ provides over 200 worked examples on areas of tax law that are relevant to everyday practice, especially at tax time.