Journals

The latest analysis and thought leadership.

    

 

Taxation in Australia

Written by practitioners for practitioners Taxation in Australia is continually ranked as Australia's leading tax journal.

Published 11 times per year, the 'blue journal', as it is affectionately known, is available exclusively to members.



 

The Tax Specialist

Designed for the specialist tax professional, The Tax Specialist journal is essential reading for corporate tax advisers, accountants, lawyers and academics.

Featuring in-depth analysis, opinion and argument on legislative, administrative and judicial issues it is published five times per year and is available by subscription. Also known as the Red Journal.



 

Australian Tax Forum

Australian Tax Forum is a prestigious quarterly journal with the objective of providing discussion on issues in tax policy, law and reform amongst tax professionals.

It is an essential reference source for understanding and contributing to the development of taxation systems worldwide. Australian Tax Forum is aimed at those who want to influence the future development of tax policy. It is an important journal for tax policy makers, academics and libraries.


    


We welcome contributions from all tax practitioners and specialists on relevant and timely issues for our journals including Taxation in Australia, The Tax Specialist and Australian Tax Forum.

 

If you would like to contribute to one of our journals, please contact our Publisher at publisher@taxinstitute.com.au or call (02) 8223 0000.

Contributions to Taxation in Australia should be relevant to readers whose tax work is mainly in the context of general accounting or law practice.

Preference is given to "how to" articles with a strong practical approach to mainstream tax issues and professional development. Comprehensive technical details and discussion should be excluded where they are not essential to the reader's understanding of the issue. Case citations or other references, if essential, must appear within the text.

Articles are generally between 2,000 and 4,000 words, however, there is flexibility with this. We would suggest that lengthy articles be restructured by authors into two or three self-contained parts over two or three months. If this is not possible, longer articles may be accepted at the discretion of the Editorial Board.

Articles submitted for publication in Taxation in Australia are reviewed as to their suitability, and the writer will be advised by email or phone on acceptance. Articles should be supplied via email as a Word attachment. You should also provide biographical details to feature at the end of the article.

Contributions to The Tax Specialist should be relevant to corporate tax advisers, accountants, lawyers and academics. Featuring in-depth analysis, opinion and argument on legislative, administrative and judicial issues and are generally between 5,000 and 8,000 words, however, there is flexibility with this. Shorter or longer articles may be accepted at the discretion of the Editorial Board.

This journal is bi-monthly and is published in February, April, June, August and October.

Articles submitted for publication in The Tax Specialist are reviewed as to their suitability, and the writer will be advised by email or phone on acceptance. Articles should be supplied via email as a Word attachment. You should also provide biographical details to feature at the end of the article.

Articles submitted to Australian Tax Forum should have the objective of providing discussion on issues in tax policy, law and reform amongst tax professionals. The length of articles are generally between 3,000 and 20,000 words. Longer articles may be accepted at the discretion of the Editorial Board.

This journal is a refereed journal that publishes scholarly works on all aspects of taxation. All articles are subject to a peer review (double-blind refereed) by specialists in their field. For Australian authors, this publication satisfies the description as a refereed journal in current Department of Education, Science and Training categories.

Our Editorial Board members for our journals and publications were appointed as of September 2021.