Seamlessly navigate through social security law

Our in-depth coverage in CCH iKnowConnect has been designed for legal and other professionals navigating legalities relating to payments administered by Services Australia (formerly the Department of Human Services).

The social security practice area provides the information that you need about key commonwealth legislation – the Social Security Act 1991, the Social Security (Administration) Act 1999, and the Social Security (International Agreements) Act 1999.

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With content created for the online user, CCH iKnowConnect delivers curated search results so you can find the right answer faster, providing a more efficient research experience.

360° navigation

If you prefer to begin research with legislation, our powerful 360° view of key legislation connects each provision with the best and most relevant content – including related legislation, in-depth commentary, and cases.

In-depth analysis and commentary

Written by legal professionals, the social security practice area provides detailed legal and practical analysis of the law relating to services and payments administered by Services Australia, including various pensions and allowances.

Expansive case library

CCH iKnowConnect includes curated social security cases (with headnotes) dating back to 2002.

Our integration with AustLii also ensures that you have seamless access to the largest source of case-related information.

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CCH iKnowConnect is your premier research tool because of the people behind it. At Wolters Kluwer, we are known for taking nuanced information, across a broad range of sources. and distilling it into trusted and balanced commentary. This means you are better informed with independent, professional, and detailed analysis as you dig deeper into the legislation.

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