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The 21st Century and Beyond!

CCH has just published what is believed to be New Zealand’s first tax eBook: Tax Avoidance Law in New Zealand by James Coleman. This will be launched at the NZICA Tax Conference on Friday, where delegates will also be able to see an eBook demo. For those who are not familiar with eBooks (ie, most of us!), they are digital books that can be read on laptops, PCs, iPhones and eBook readers. As well as being highly portable, they allow users to carry out searches, add bookmarks and notes, and vary the text size.

If you are attending the conference, come see our Representatives and have a look at the eBook!

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Andrew Campbell on October 23, 2009 at 2:51 pm

If you would like further information about this eBook, or about eBooks in general, please feel free to contact me: acampbell@cch.co.nz. I can even tell you how to read this book on your BlackBerry!

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