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Annual Dividend Book 2011/2012

by: CCH contributors and editors

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On-line Price: $285.00 (includes GST)

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Retail Price: $380.00

Publisher: CCH Australia,31.7.12

Category: TAX & ACCOUNTING Level:

ISBN: 1922042293
ISBN13: 9781922042293

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The Annual Dividend Book 2012 provides relevant dividend, corporate action and share price data for the most recent tax year. It details every listed company in alphabetical order and displays easy-to-read and consistent tax data. Published annually in July since 1989, the Annual Dividend Book is the leading and most widely-used reference of its kind in Australia, covering all ASX-listed companies. It provides users with ALL of the data needed for income tax and capital gains tax in a simple, easy-to-use format.


  Detailed and accurate company coverage


  Dividend data covering all dividends paid and all tax-relevant events for the most recent tax year


  Detailed information on corporate actions for the reconciliation of holdings during the most recent tax year


  Share prices as at 30 June


  Quick access to share registry and website details


  Information on the tax impact of off-market buy-backs


  The CGT-effect of demergers and in-specie capital returns


  Australian Taxation Office class rulings