Liability and Disclaimer for Australian Taxation Reporter and terms of use for their website.

The Australian Taxation Reporter welcomes users to their website. By viewing the pages of this web site, users acknowledge that they have read and accepted the following Terms of Use and Liability Disclaimer.

Updating user details
1. Once a user has registered as a member of the Australian Taxation Reporter website, the user will be able to review and update much of their identifiable information at the Australian Taxation Reporter website. In order for Australian Taxation Reporter to provide the best service possible to its users, it is recommended that users promptly update their contact information if it changes by logging in to their account in the ‘My Account Area’.

Accuracy of information
2. This publication is in accordance with legislation as it stands at January 2014. Taxation legislation is complex and subject to constant change. While Australian Taxation Reporter endeavours to offer correct information, the assumption should not be made that Australian Taxation Reporter is error free.
3. Australian Taxation Reporter will endeavour to keep this website as up-to-date as possible, but all information contained on our web site is subject to change. All information is current at the time of publication, but if a user is unsure of the timeliness of any information, please consult Australian Taxation Reporter before proceeding.

Advertising and Promotions
4. Australian Taxation Reporter may conduct online surveys, or run contests for promotional purposes, during which Australian Taxation Reporter may ask users for contact information and demographic information. Australian Taxation Reporter uses this information to send users details and information about Australian Taxation Reporter and other companies. Australian Taxation Reporter understands that users may not wish to participate in these surveys or contests, and will give users the option of declining to receive information from Australian Taxation Reporter.

5. The Australian Taxation Reporter website may contain links to third party websites. Australian Taxation Reporter does not sponsor or endorse the operators or content of any linked third party websites. Subject to any applicable law which cannot be excluded, Australian Taxation Reporter makes no warranties or representations regarding the quality, accuracy, merchantability or fitness for purpose of any linked websites, material or products or services. Australian Taxation Reporter disclaims any responsibility for the content of third party material provided through or on this site.

6. Please note that no links to advertising or promotions of any kind are to be placed by any user anywhere within the Australian Taxation Reporter website. Should any user do so, the I.P. address will be recorded and the user of such address will be identified and prosecuted to the full extent under Australian law.
7. Webinars are non-refundable once paid, however they are transferable.

Use of information
8. Australian Taxation Reporter may use personally identifiable information about users to deliver information to users that in some cases is targeted towards their interests, such as targeted banners and promotions. Australian Taxation Reporter sends periodic informational updates to their members and users via email. Australian Taxation Reporter sends email newsletters and information to improve the Australian Taxation Reporter experience to those users who opted in to receive such information.

9. Australian Taxation Reporter may share information a user provides with the sites to which Australian Taxation Reporter link through including aggregate data with such websites (such as how many users use our site).

10. Australian Taxation Reporter does not sell any personally identifiable information about its users to any third party without their permission. Australian Taxation Reporter reserves the right to disclose a user’s personally identifiable information as required by law and when Australian Taxation Reporter believes that disclosure is necessary to protect their rights and/or to comply with a judicial proceeding, court order, or legal process served on the Australian Taxation Reporter. Australian Taxation Reporter uses the E matters system for processing user membership payments.

11. Australian Taxation Reporter strives to protect your personal information, however unfortunately no data transmission over the internet can be guaranteed to be 100% safe. Australian Taxation Reporter cannot ensure or warrant the security of any information a user may transmit to them from their website or email online services and any information transmitted to Australian Taxation Reporter is done so at the users own risk.

12. Australian Taxation Reporter is not responsible for the privacy practices, or copyright of any content of any linked website. Please check with the linked websites to determine their privacy policy.

Copyright and trade marks
13. Copyright in the software and content and other intellectual property rights in this Australian Taxation Reporter is owned or licensed by Australian Taxation Reporter, unless indicated otherwise and Australian Taxation Reporter reserves all rights, save as provided in this disclaimer.

14. Except where necessary for viewing the Content on this website or a user’s browser, or as permitted under the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth) or other applicable laws or these Terms of Use, no Content on this Australian Taxation Reporter Site may be reproduced, adapted, uploaded to a third party, framed, performed in public, distributed or transmitted in any form by any process without the prior written consent of Australian Taxation Reporter.

15. Should a user be aware of information on this site that is copyrighted and not acknowledged, please contact Australian Taxation Reporter immediately.

16. Any infringement of Australian Taxation Reporter’s intellectual property rights will be fully enforced under Australian law.

Professional Advice
17. Australian Taxation Reporter in not engaged in rendering legal, accounting or other professional advice.

18. Users of the Australian Taxation Reporter website should not act on the basis of information contained on this website without seeking their own professional advice as to its applicability to their own circumstances. This website is published on the understanding that the authors and publishers are not responsible for the result of any actions taken on the basis of the information, or for any error or omission contained on this website.

19. Users indemnify Australian Taxation Reporter in respect of any liability incurred by Australian Taxation Reporter for any loss or damage, howsoever caused, which is suffered by Australian Taxation Reporter as a result of a user’s breach of these website Terms of Use or their use of the Australian Taxation Reporter website.

20. The violation of these Terms of Use or the infringement by a user, or other users of the Australian Taxation Reporter website using a user’s computer, or any intellectual property by another person or entity shall not hold Australian Taxation Reporter liable.

Limitation of Liability
21. Subject to any responsibilities implied by law and which cannot be excluded, Australian Taxation Reporter, and its directors, employees, agents, volunteers and contractors, are not liable to users for any losses, damages, liabilities, claims and expenses (including but not limited to legal costs and defence or settlement costs) whatsoever, whether direct, indirect or consequential, arising out of or referable to any Content on this Australian Taxation Reporter website, to any material on linked websites, or to access or use of the Australian Taxation Reporter website by the user, howsoever caused, whether in contract, tort including negligence, statute or otherwise.

22. Liability of Australian Taxation Reporter for breach of a condition or warranty implied by law, and which cannot be excluded, is limited to the extent possible at Australian Taxation Reporter’s option, to the supply of the goods or services again, the repair of the goods, or the payment of the cost of having the goods or services supplied again or repaired.

Misuse of Australian Taxation Reporter website
23. Please note that should any recruiting or poaching or collecting of emails from Australian Taxation Reporter members or users by any person taking place anywhere within this website, the I.P. address of the user will be recorded and the user of such address will be identified and prosecuted to the full extent under Australian law.

24. A user may not use another user’s information or details to access the Australian Taxation Reporter website, spam another user, harass, make unlawful threats or for any other commercial purposes. Australian Taxation Reporter reserves the right to terminate the users who misuse another user’s information or who otherwise violate the Australian Taxation Reporter website Terms of Use.

25. Any ban that is placed on a user from anywhere within the Australian Taxation Reporter website by any monitor is binding and the decision is final, and no correspondence will be entered into, nor will Australian Taxation Reporter be obliged to explain such banning.

Acceptance and changes to these Terms of Use
26. Users acknowledge and accept that their use the Australian Taxation Reporter website indicates their acceptance of these Terms of Use. Australian Taxation Reporter may at any time vary the Terms of Use by publishing the varied Terms of Use on the Australian Taxation Reporter website. Users accept that by doing this, Australian Taxation Reporter has provided them with sufficient notice of the variation.

27. All references to Australian Taxation Reporter contained in the Terms of Use and Liability Disclaimer are references to Australian Taxation Reporter Pty Limited ACN 059 305 976.
Refer a friend terms and conditions.
Once you and your friend have both met the referral conditions below, your respective accounts will be credited with $300 worth of taxation questions.
1. Conditions to be met by you (the referrer) to qualify for the referral bonus:
i. You must hold an active Australian Taxation Reporter subscription.
ii. Your account must be fully up to date, with no overdue amounts owing; and
2. Conditions to be met by your friend (the referee) to qualify for the referral bonus:
i. Your friend must sign up for an Austrailan Taxation Reporter 12 month sunbscription and make payment in full.
ii. Your friend must be a new customer of Australian Taxation Reporter, who has not previously received any services from us. We may, at our sole discretions, deem a client not to be a new customer in the event of similarities in name, address, phone number and/or credit card details with an existing customer.
iii. Your friend must quote your membership number when signing-up, be it online or via the telephone. No accounts will be associated to a referrer after this time.