Miscellaneous 2000

Tax research and the Internet

Source: New South Wales

Published Date: 6 Mar 2000

The past five years have seen enormous changes not only in terms of tax reform, but also in the way tax practitioners have acquired information about taxation. Many documents which often took a long time to acquire are now readily available on the Internet. The aim of this paper is to highlight how tax research can be conducted using the Internet and how to optimise your time in finding useful and relevant information.

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  • Published By: Colin Fong
  • Published On:6 Mar 2000
  • Took place at:Menzies Hotel

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