Applied International Taxation
Examine the way taxes are administered and structured. Pick apart international tax laws. Scrutinise foreign enterprises and tax treaties. Identify the anti-avoidance mechanisms that are used by governments to prevent global tax avoidance.
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- 28 Feb 2022
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At the completion of this subject students will have:
- apply and evaluate common tax structures
- examine global tax implications for individuals and entities
- apply the provisions contained in a double tax agreement
- identify the main anti-avoidance mechanisms employed by government to combat international tax avoidance
- create different business and financing structures in order to set up a foreign enterprise and explain how tax treaties can be used in international tax planning.
- Corporate Tax
- Consumption Taxes
- Wealth Taxes and Administration
- Residency, Source and DTAs
- International Business
- Relief from Double Tax and Administration Provisions
- Special rules to combat tax avoidance
- International Tax Planning
You must either have successfully completed the following subject(s) before starting this subject, or enrol in the following subject(s) to study at the same time or prior to this subject:
No additional requirements
This subject will deal with the types of taxation structures commonly utilised, and the different ways in which taxes are administered. The subject will also examine international taxation issues, including international tax planning and avoidance.
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- Essay International taxation issues (30%)
- Tax policy letter of advice (20%)
- Take home exam (50%)
Current study term: 27 Feb 22 to 29 May 22
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