Online subscription of the Asia-Pacific Journal of Taxation (APJT) is on an annual basis.
HK$500 for one-year (from the date of your registration) Note 1
Note 1: Your APJT account will be automatically disabled after the expiry date. If you want to continue to subscribe the APJT, you have to renew your subscription before the expiry date.
Once subscribed, you will have unlimited access to APJT’s articlesNote 2 during the subscription period.
Note 2: Currently, the APJT database only contain articles from Volume 19 onwards. Articles of the previous volumes will be uploaded to the database gradually.
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Make a Submission
The Asia-Pacific Journal of Taxation (APJT) accepts 1) articles for technical columns, and 2) letters to the Editors.
Articles for Technical Columns
Authors are advised to follow the Notes to Contributors in preparing the manuscript before submission.
A double-blind review process is adopted by the APJT to assess the articles submitted.
Letters to the Editors
TIHK members and friends are encouraged to submit their concerns/opinions on any tax matters (e.g. tax policy issues, IRD practice, etc.). Here are some submission guidelines:
- Letters should be exclusive to the Asia-Pacific Journal of Taxation. We do not publish open letters or third-party letters.
- Letters should preferably be in English and not more than 300 words.
- Please include your full name, TIHK membership number (if applicable), and e-mail address in your letter. Submissions that do not include this information cannot be published. This information is seen only by the letters editors. You can choose to publish your letter either in your full name, initial or firm name.
- You can send your submission to the editors through the following methods:
- Email: email@example.com
- Fax: +852 2523 1263
- Post: 21/F, Kam Sang Building, 255-257 Des Voeux Road Central, Hong Kong
Pleae feel free to contact us
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Tel: (852) 2810 0438
- Fax: (852) 2523 1263
- Address: The Taxation Institute of Hong Kong, 21/F, Kam Sang Building, 255-257 Des Voeux Road Central, Hong Kong