Membership renewals and product offers

Save on all of our books, subscriptions and DVDs.

This month, our mid-year sale opens with great discounts on our range of tax books and resources.
Mid-year sale – on now

Our mid-year sale is on now and offers you the chance to take advantage of some great discounts across our wide range of books, online subscriptions and CPD on DVD titles. Leading the sale is the sixth edition of the SMSF Guide, available at 20% off. You’ll also find a wide range of CPD on DVD titles in our sale at 50% off. Take a look at the sale brochure enclosed with this month’s Taxation in Australia, or visit our website to find out more.
Click here to see what products are on offer as part of our sale.
SMSF Guide

Jemma Sanderson, CTA, has been putting the finishing touches on the new, sixth edition of the leading title for funds advisers. Place your order for the updated and revised SMSF Guide this month and you’ll save 20%.
Visit our website to place your order.

Tax Knowledge eXchange online books package
If you’re looking for a convenient way to meet your CPD requirements before the 30 June deadline, consider a subscription to the Tax Knowledge eXchange. With up to 20 CPD hours included, you’ll also be ensuring you have access to continually updated information vital to your role.

Already a subscriber? Add the online books package which now includes seven titles. What’s more, from August, you’ll also receive access to the new edition of Trusts & Estates: Taxation and Practice, giving you access to a total of eight practical guides and handbooks.

Noel Rowland
Noel Rowland is Chief Executive Officer of The Tax Institute.

The Tax Institute is Australia’s leading professional association in tax. Its 13,000 members include tax agents, accountants and lawyers as well as tax practitioners in corporations, government and academia.


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