CCH has all the latest news and information at your fingertips - visit one of our Resource Centres to stay informed on the latest topical areas.
Australian Consumer Law
The Australian Consumer Law Resource Centre is your one-stop shop for the latest developments in the new national Consumer Law.
Climate, Energy & the Environment
Containing all the latest news in this changing area of law.
Corporate Tax Resource Centre
CCH's Corporate Tax Resource Centre has been compiled for corporate tax professionals to meet your organisation's increasing tax compliance requirements week in, week out.
Work Health & Safety
Ensure you're informed of changes and developments and equipped to implement them - this Resource Centre is here to help you do just that.
With the changing legislation in this area, it is vital to stay up to date.
Legal Professionals and Mobile Devices
Smartphones have significantly changed the way legal professionals access and manage information. Media reports suggest the introduction of tablet computers and other mobile devices will change these behaviours again. Is this truly the case, or is it just hype? What does increasing use of mobile devices including smartphones and tablets mean for professionals, firms and content providers?
Research Practice in Accounting Firms
As part of the process to better understand customer needs and preferences, and therefore deliver customer focused solutions, CCH, a Wolters Kluwer business, recently completed a contextual enquiry study with mid sized accounting firms. The purpose of the study was to identify what triggers a need for information, how and where information is sourced and how information is used.
CCH Professionals and Electronic Document Management
CCH conducted this research to gauge the current uptake of EDM within professional service organisations and to identify the issues that are driving its adoption.
CCH Professionals & Web 2.0
59% of professionals use Web 2.0 at least once a week. 43.7% use it for work purposes. Download this white paper for the full report.