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Australian Master Taxation Guide 2015: Tax Year End Edition, 57th Edition

by: Michael Chow

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Retail Price: $184.95

Publisher: CCH Australia,31.07.15

Category: TAX & ACCOUNTING Level: B/I/A

ISBN: 1925215520
ISBN13: 9781925215526

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Currently set to release 31 July 2015.

With over 200 tax changes, ensure you are staying current with information from an unbiased, trusted source.Confidently advise your clients and quickly navigate all areas of tax law with the Australian Master Tax Guide - Tax Year End Edition 2015. Access authoritative commentary, practical examples, tax planning points, checklists and key tax dates, quickly and easily. Top 10 tax changes that could affect you and your clients this year:2% budget repair levy applies to an individuals taxable income in excess of $180,000; consequential rate changes applyMature age worker tax offset is abolishedSpouse rebate to be abolishedGovernment co-contributions to the First Home Saver Accounts scheme will be abolishedUS Foreign Accounts Transactions Compliance Act reporting and withholding requirements come into force in AustraliaThe Commonwealth Ombudsmans tax investigation function to be transferred to the Inspector-General of Taxation from 1 May 2015Introduction of biannual indexation of fuel excise ratesChanges to the farm management deposits schemeChanges to the tax treatment of excess non-concessional superannuation contributionsEntities giving tax advice in the course of giving financial product advice brought into the tax agent regime