M J Heywood & Co
Chartered Accountant
 

Address:
Suite 407
1 Princess St.
Kew, Vic. 3101

Phone:
613 9853 1234

Fax:
613 9853 1023

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This engine is known as eWombat and it can dig up a lot more than you'd expect.  By using one or more keywords, 1000s to choose from, you can track down information on almost any Financial and Accounting issue.

eWombat.

In short, we all have questions on topics like Superannuation, tax rates, company taxation, interest rates, ASIC, State taxes, non profit organisations, etc.  eWombat is designed specifically to find only Australian documents out there on the internet that relate to these topics.  In fact, eWombat effectively gives you access to over 500,000 documents, including most on at the ATO, thus making it a very comprehensive and powerful resource.  eWombat is been hailed for many years now as a better search mechanism of the ATO than that sites own search facility.  Your Planner or Accountant website is the best place to start such research. 

How to use eWombat?

All you need do is type in one or two keywords related to what you want, click on Go and the options available to you are soon listed. 

Of course, a general term like 'gst'   will offer far too many listings but if you type in a related topic such as 'cash or accrual', as this is actually what you want, then the list is much more manageable. 

Likewise if you want to look up a Tax Ruling from 2007 then simply type 'tr 2007' and go from there.  'Newspapers' brings up a listing, as does 'banks', 'super', etc, etc, etc.

The trick is to take a keyword or two from the question you have, type it into the eWombat window and click on Go. 

 

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