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- 06 Nov 2023
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After successfully completing this course, you should be able to:
- Identify the general operation of the Australian taxation system with emphasis on how taxation can influence taxpayers' decisions
- Apply legal problem-solving skills in taxation law to authentic client situations in order to reach a conclusion for individual taxpayers
- Explain the professional obligations in providing taxation planning advice and exercise integrity as per the TASA and Tax Agent Regime
- Introduction to Australian Taxation Law
- Assessable income
- Residency, Source and Derivation
- General deductions
- Specific Deductions
- Goods and Services Tax
- Capital Gains Tax (part 1 and part 2)
- Fringe Benefit Tax
- Employee Remuneration
- Taxation of Entities - partnerships, trusts and company
- Tax avoidance, planning and evasion
- Professional responsibilities and review
No eligibility requirements
- Equipment requirements - Audio/Visual equipment
This subject introduces students into the tax consequences of many investments that individuals in Australia may make. This subject primarily considers the tax outcomes from the individual's perspective, such as the receipt of dividends, rental properties, sale of investment assets and superannuation.
- Students are required to submit an original prepared answer to the case study question(s) by the time and date advised. There will be two case study questions that need to be addressed, each worth 10% each. (20%)
- Details of the online quiz will be provided on Learning@Griffith, and the quiz will be be accessible through Learning@Griffith at the appointed time. (20%)
- The final invigilated examination will assess students' ability to identify taxation issues and their ability to apply their knowledge of taxation law to resolve tax issues under the pressure of time constraints. (60%)
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