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Australian Taxation Law 2016


  • Woellner, Robin

    (Adjunct Professor, UNSW)

  • Barkoczy, Stephen

    (Professor at Monash University)

  • Murphy, Shirley

    (Adjunct Lecturer at Macquarie University)

  • Evans, Chris

    (Professor, UNSW)

  • Pinto, Dale

    (Professor at Curtin University)


Australian Taxation Law aims to provide guidance in clear and simple language through the complex and ever-changing laws of taxation. To make it easier to understand the application of the law to practical situations, the authors have made extensive use of flow charts and practical examples. The primary focus of Australian Taxation Law is on the federal taxation system, with particular emphasis on income tax, capital gains tax, corporate tax, fringe benefits tax, goods and services tax, and the operation of the tax administration system which drives the whole process. The text also includes and 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.

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  • Woellner, Robin & Barkoczy, Stephen & Murphy, Shirley & Evans, Chris & Pinto, Dale, 2016. "Australian Taxation Law 2016," OUP Catalogue, Oxford University Press, edition 26, number 9780190304386.
  • Handle: RePEc:oxp:obooks:9780190304386

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