Australian Tax Law Cases
Add to your knowledge of Australian tax laws and policies. Examine cases and rulings involving income from property, business and labour. Explore capital gains, deductions, and trading stock. Understand constitutional issues. Probe tax evasion.
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- 31 Aug 2020
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At the completion of this subject students will be able to:
- explain the historical development of the Australian Tax System including recent Australian Taxation Reforms
- identify and apply the tax policy principles for evaluating a tax measure
- research and critically analyse a current issue in taxation
- explain a constitutional barrier to the levy of taxation in Australia
- apply taxation law and case studies to situations involving; income from labour, business and property, capital gains, allowable deductions, tax accounting and trading stock.
- Foundations of Tax Reform in Australia
- Constitutional Issues
- Income from Labour
- Business Income
- Income from Property
- Capital Gains Tax
- Allowable Deductions
- Tax Avoidance and Evasion
- Trading Stock
This subject will enhance the student's knowledge of tax law and policy in Australia. The subject examines a combination of the examination of relevant cases and rulings, and students will develop a practical analysis of tax policy issues.
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- Oral Presentation (15%)
- Problem Based Assignment (35%)
- Final Examination (50%)
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