NOT COMPATIBLE: BLB3134 Taxation Law PRE-REQUSITE: Before undertaking this unit, students must have successfully completed either BLO1105 Business Law OR BLB1102 Contracts 1. PROHIBITION: Law students that are not enrolled in BBLL or LHLB cannot undertake this unit.
|1.||Elucidate an understanding of theoretical and technical knowledge of taxation law principles as they apply through both legislation and common law;|
|2.||Apply taxation law for both individuals and business entities in Australia;|
|3.||Apply taxation principles to make basic calculations as required by a practitioner in taxation practice;|
|4.||Analyse, generate and transmit solutions to complex problems in relation to taxation matters in a professional environment and tailored to the client needs; and|
|5.||Evaluate and utilise the various agencies and administrative bodies who can give further information on taxation issues as required.|
|Assignment||Written Assignment – letter of advice||30%|
|Test||In-class Final Test||40%|
Principles of Taxation Law.
Sadiq, K., Coleman, C., Hanegbi, R., Jogarajan, S., Krever, R., Obst, W., Teoh, J., & Ting, A. (2018).
Melbourne: Thomson Reuters.
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