Assessing the effects of rental property
schedules: A comparison between
self-prepared tax returns lodged
via paper and e-tax
Natalie Taylor & Michael Wenzel
WORKING PAPER 20 • MARCH 2004
ASSESSING THE EFFECTS OF
RENTAL PROPERTY SCHEDULES:
A COMPARISON BETWEEN SELF-
PREPARED TAX RETURNS LODGED
VIA PAPER AND E-TAX
Natalie Taylor and Michael Wenzel
Centre for Tax System Integrity
Research School of Social Sciences
Australian National University
Canberra, ACT, 0200
ISBN 0 642 76850 1
WORKING PAPER No 20
Centre for Tax System Integrity, Research School of Social Sciences,
Australian National University 2004
Commonwealth of Australia 2004
National Library of Australia
Taylor, Natalie, 1964-
Assessing the effects of rental property schedules:
A comparison between self-prepared tax returns lodge
via paper and e-tax.
ISBN 0 642 76850 1.
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