Taxation of Capital Gains
Magnify your understanding of capital gains tax provisions.Find out how the legislation impacts personal and business transactions. Consider exemptions, partnerships and anti-avoidance measures. Identify the concessions afforded to small businesses.
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- 24 Feb 2019
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At the completion of this subject students will be able to:
- research and analyse Capital Gains Tax legislation and how it applies to a range of personal and business transactions
- identify practical Capital Gains Tax issues and construct possible solutions
- apply Capital Gains Tax to business and personal transactions
- analyse the anti-avoidance provisions and relate how they apply to anti-avoidance topics.
- Introduction & broad overview of the CGT provision
- CGT events
- CGT assets
- Acquisition of CGT assets
- Capital Proceeds & the cost base
- Small business CGT concessions
- Other assets
- Anti-avoidance, integrity measures, tax planning
- Web links
- Resources and Links
- Printable format materials
You must have successfully completed the following subject(s) before starting this subject:
No special requirements
This subject provides detailed examination of the Capital gains tax provisions. It comprises events and assets relating to businesses including partnerships, trusts and companies.
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- Final Invigilated Examination (50%)
- Case Study (20%)
- Weekly Reflection (30%)
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