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Australian Master Bookkeepers Guide 2010/11 - 3rd Edition

by: Stephen J Marsden

On-line Price: $106.05 (includes GST)

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Retail Price: $125.05

Publisher: CCH Australia,31.08.10

Category: TAX & ACCOUNTING Level:

ISBN: 1921593571
ISBN13: 9781921593574

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This is an OLD edition. To order the new edition, please perform a new search for the following ISBN: 9781922010346

The third edition has been updated to take into account the proposed changes advocated in the Tax Agent Services Act 2009, which came into effect from 1 March 2010. The book has been updated for the 2009/10 financial year and is written specifically for practising bookkeepers and those studying a bookkeeping course. It not only covers bookkeeping essentials, but also a range of accounting and taxation issues that bookkeepers need to be aware of when dealing with their clients and their accountants. The book is written in very practical terms with numerous worked examples, diagrams, checklists, tables and FAQs.


  * Overview of basic bookkeeping and accounting principles


  * How to prepare a set of financial statements for clients


  * Key taxation principles that bookkeepers need to be aware of, including income tax, GST and FBT


  * Implications of the new Tax Agent Services Act 2009 for bookkeepers


  * Specific chapters including GST, how to prepare a BAS and the accounting, taxation, GST and FBT consequences of buying a motor vehicle


  * Fully updated to 30 June 2010

Contents Includes:


  * Proposed changes advocated in the Tax Agent Services Act


  * A range of accounting and taxation issues pertinent to bookkeeping


  * Worked examples, diagrams, checklists, tables & FAQs


  * Key taxation principles including income tax, GST and FBT


  * GST, how to prepare a BAS and the accounting, taxation, GST and FBT consequences of buying a motor vehicle

Product Includes:

One book.