GST and Indirect Taxation
Learn how salary packaging and pay-roll taxes work. Practice writing up business activity statements and general payment summaries.Table the responsibilities and complications presented by the fringe benefits and goods and service taxes.
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- 28 Aug 2023
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At the completion of this subject students will be able to:
- identify and analyse the requirements surrounding the Goods and Services Tax and Fringe Benefits Tax regimes and a variety of state and commonwealth taxes and concessions
- understand and analyse the interaction between the Goods and Services Tax, Fringe Benefits Tax, pay-roll tax and salary packaging to practical situations
- access and compile Business Activity Statements and Payment Summaries
- research problems independently involving a variety of state and commonwealth taxes and concessions
- FBT and reportable fringe benefits
- Salary packaging
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This subject explores the goods and services tax, the fringe benefits tax and other indirect taxes. It also covers state and commonwealth taxes and concessions.
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