This unit aligns to the knowledge requirements of the Tax Practitioners Board.
|1.||Explain the key provisions of Australian taxation law across a range of individual and business scenarios and demonstrate a working knowledge of the legal concepts, principles and tax treatment calculations;|
|2.||Apply Australian taxation Law to the preparation of income tax returns of moderate complexity for individual taxpayers, companies, partnerships and trusts;|
|3.||Analyse the compliance requirements of the Australian taxation system, including a critical awareness of the concept of tax avoidance and evasion provisions in the Australian tax legislation;|
|4.||Compare tax implications of different business structures and individual circumstances, research tax applications and provide strategic advice regarding the tax issues arising from a range of financial planning and common taxpayer scenarios; and|
|5.||Demonstrate an understanding of the general requirements of the TPB and TASA Act and implications in relation to providing professional financial planning advice.|
|Assignment||Tax Law, Principles and Concepts (500 words)||10%|
|Portfolio||Portfolio of Applied Tax and Professional Advice Activities (2000 words)||40%|
|Project||Tax Strategies and Recommendations (2500 words)||50%|
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