Advanced Corporate Taxation
Spearhead an investigation into advanced taxation techniques, concepts and issues. Summarise company taxation issues such as losses and distribution. Debate how debt rules can affect firms. Demonstrate an understanding of international taxation.
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- 28 Aug 2023
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At the completion of this subject students will be able to:
- examine and explain issues which arise in the context of company taxation including capital gain tax, distributions, losses and winding up
- explain how the debt/equity rules and deemed dividends impact on companies
- apply the corporate restructuring and consolidation measures to develop solutions for corporate clients
- determine how the tax avoidance provisions operate to impact on income tax decision making in a global context.
- Corporate taxation
- International taxation
- Tax avoidance legislation, audits and appeals
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This subject was previously known as Advanced Taxation.
This subject deals with advanced corporate tax issues, including dividends, debt, consolidations, corporate restructuring and barriers to tax avoidance.
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Current study term: 27 Aug 23 to 26 Nov 23
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