Foundations of International Taxation
Run the numbers on common taxation frameworks and look to selected countries for examples. Study up on tax treaties. Cast a spotlight on ways governments work to prevent tax avoidance. Examine tax law from national and international perspectives.
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At the completion of this subject students will be able to:
- analyse and evaluate a common taxation structure
- examine the main provisions contained in a typical double tax agreement based on the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) Model Treaty as they affect individuals income, investment, companies and business operations
- scrutinise anti-avoidance mechanisms employed by governments to combat international tax avoidance,
- analyse the different business structures and financing structures in order to set up a foreign enterprise
- explain how profit reduction techniques and tax treaties can be used in international tax planning.
- Introduction to international taxation
- Income Tax Systems and Individuals
- Corporate Tax Systems and Companies - Consumption Taxes
- Wealth Tax and Tax Administration
- Residency and Source and DTAs-Individual
- International Business
- Relief from Double Tax & Administrative Provisions
- Special Rules to combat tax avoidance
No eligibility requirements
No additional requirements
This subject explores taxation structures of selected countries and studies the impact of double tax treaties, international tax avoidance practices and international tax planning when conducting an international business.
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- Assignment 1 - letter of advice (20%)
- Assignment 2 - research essay (30%)
- Take home exam - non invigilated (50%)