The Tax Institute publishes a number of key publications including journals and books. We accept contributions for our journals and encourage you, as a tax practitioner, to submit articles on current and relevant topics.
Our flagship publication, Taxation in Australia®, is relevant to readers whose tax work is mainly in the context of general accounting or law practice. It is published on a monthly basis, 11 times per year. A finalist in the Publishers Australia Excellence Awards 2012, the journal is also available for iPad.
The Tax Specialist is our corporate journal, published five times per year. Articles published in The Tax Specialist examine tax matters in greater depth and detail for tax practitioners, lawyers, managers, researchers, public servants and academics. It provides opportunities for tax-related analysis, opinion and detailed argument. This journal has a high level of technical quality.
Australian Tax Forum is our quarterly academic journal. This prestigious journal provides discussion and analysis of issues in tax policy, law and reform against tax professionals.
The Tax Institute prepares high quality, top level submissions on tax legislation and administration at Federal and State levels. These are available online from 1996 onwards in on our website.
TaxWise® News is a newsletter for your clients. A subscription includes six editions - Business News (with a business focus) sent to subscribers quarterly and Individual News (with an individual focus) sent to subscribers bi-annually.
Trust Structures Guide is a practical and comprehensive guide to using trust structures, written for practitioners by practitioners. The guide covers structures, usage, implications, planning, tax consequences and more and includes bonus online access. Checklists, diagrams, flowcharts and case studies ensure that practitioners and clients can use trusts for beneficial and valuable outcomes. Developed by one of Australia's leading legal and taxation experts in association with The Tax Institute it is an essential addition to every practitioner's bookshelf.
CGT Small Business Reliefs includes details of the developments that have occurred that affect the way the reliefs operate, including the proposed changes to the way CGT applies to earnouts. Ongoing developments to the CGT small business reliefs make it increasingly important for tax practitioners to secure a reliable and current source of information to use as a reference and analysis tool. This resource is essential for any practitioners advising on the CGT small business reliefs.
Division 7A Handbook is a practical handbook providing a clear explanation of the Division 7A rules with budget changes highlighted and explained. Written by John Gaal of TaxCounsel, the book provides a current, clear and concise explanation of the Division 7A rules with budget changes highlighted and explained.
Estate and Business Succession Planning is a practical and strategic guide for accountants, financial planners and lawyers. Written in a straightforward style, this unique publication identifies planning outcomes, pitfalls and remedies with the adviser in mind.
SMSF Guide is based on The Tax Institute's popular Superannuation Roadshow series and takes an in-depth and expanded look at the critical issues relating to the latest superannuation strategies. Designed around the lifecycle of a self managed superannuation fund, SMSF Guide provides an update on recent developments and the practical implications that affect your clients.
Trusts & Estates: Taxation and Practice is the pre-eminent source for immediate, authoritative answers to trusts and estates issues. The book is an essential resource for all tax practitioners needing to understand even the most complex tax matters relating to trusts and estates.
Discretionary Trust Distributions is an essential resource for trust practitioners. The way income tax and CGT impact on distributions by discretionary trusts is becoming increasingly complex. Although the High Court's decision in the Bamford case has resolved some issues, others remain.
Tax Agents Manual is written by John Gaal and published jointly by CCH and The Tax Institute. This publication deals with the Tax Agent Services Act 2009 and the fundamental changes to the law governing practice as a tax agent.