Finding it all a bit taxing? We have a solution for youPosted: February 29, 2016
Finding it all a bit taxing? Don’t worry, we have a solution for you. Until June 2016, you have access to the CCH Australian eBooks. CCH Australia is a leading business publisher in Tax, Accounting & Financial Planning and Corporate & Business Law.
As part of the Griffith University CCH University Cluster eBook lending facility, the six-month trial includes access to:
- Australian Master Superannuation Guide 2015/16
Stay across the latest changes in superannuation with in-depth commentary, examples, tables, charts and checklists. Reflects all major tax and superannuation changes to 1 July 2015.
- Australian Master Tax Guide 2016
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.
- Australian Master Financial Planning Guide2015/16
Stay on top of 2015/16 changes in financial planning. Get the edge with analysis of the proposed measures arising from the 2015 Federal Budget. Up to date to 1 July 2015.
- Australian Corporations and Securities Legislation 2016 – Volume 1
Volume 1 of Australian Corporations & Securities Legislation 2016 is consolidated to include amendments to 1 January 2016 and contains: Corporations Act 2001 Corporations Regulations 2001 Australian Securities and Investments Commission Act 2001 Australian Securities and Investments Commission Regulations 2001, and other related legislation.
- Australian Corporations and Securities Legislation 2016 – Volume 2
Volume 2 of Australian Corporations & Securities Legislation 2016 contains the Federal Court Rules and state and territory Supreme Court Rules applicable to proceedings under the Corporations Act 2001 and the Takeovers Panel Procedural Rules to 1 January 2016. Ideal for barristers and solicitors conducting Corporations Act and Takeovers Panel proceedings.
Once you sign in, you can borrow a title for 2 weeks and read it online using Explorer 10, Chrome, Firefox, or ePlatform App. Titles automatically expire at the end of the loan and can be returned early by most devices.
To access the trial:
- Go to the Library Website
- Click Quicklinks
- Select Library Databases
- Click CCH eBook Trial on the right-hand side