Published on 20 Oct 2004
| Took place at QV1, Perth
The past 10 years have seen enormous changes, not only in terms of tax reforms, but also in the
way tax practitioners have acquired information about taxation. In addition to traditional paper
sources, many documents which often took a long time to acquire are now available from electronic
sources, including the internet, but finding them can be confusing.
These practical materials are designed to show you how to optimise your use of the internet when
conducting Australian federal tax research.
How to conquer tax research
Author(s): Colin FONG Topics covered in this presentation include:
- basic search strategies
- useful income tax sites
- GST web resources
- finding information on the Review of Business Tax (RBT) and tax reform generally
- common problems encountered in finding tax information on the Internet
- hot tax sites
- recent and future developments
- Frequently Asked Questions relating to searches for taxation materials.