Reports and other publications by the following government and professional organisations can be useful for your research.
Law Firm Publications
Open access publications by Australian law firms specialising in tax law can be useful - they are usually concise, up to date and practical. Such firms include:
To search tax publications by all Australian law firms, use Fie Fie Foe Firm Australia (open access).
The following news resources include information on the latest cases, legislation, ATO rulings etc.
Checkpoint (UniMelb staff & student access) publishes regular (usually weekly) news updates on various tax topics. These are listed to the right in this box.
Australian Tax Week (CCH) (UniMelb staff & student access)
The Australian Taxation Office (open access) offers news RSS feeds on a variety of topics.
In Checkpoint (UniMelb staff & student access) alerts can be set up so that you are notified by RSS feed when a new update is released. Alerts can be set up for the publications listed to the right in this box.
In CCH (UniMelb staff & student access) you cannot set up alerts for individual publications such as Australian Tax Week. Only topic alerts can be set up, and are delivered by email. These topics are:
For assistance with setting up alerts, contact one of our reference librarians at firstname.lastname@example.org
JOURNAL ARTICLE DATABASES
We recommend using the following legal, business and tax databases to find scholarly journal articles on Australian tax law, irrespective of the journals in which they are published. These databases include articles from hundreds of journals, and are an efficient and comprehensive way to find articles on your topic.
AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL ARTICLE DATABASES
These three databases can be searched simultaneously.
AUSTLII Journals (open access)
INDIVIDUAL AUSTRALIAN TAX JOURNALS include the following: