BLO5540 - Business and Company Law
|1.||Resolve tax problems by applying common law and legislation in Australia's tax system, including the Tax Agent Services Act 2009;|
|2.||Interrogate the core provisions and the interaction between the Goods and Services Tax, Fringe Benefits Tax, Income Tax, Capital Gains Tax and Trading Stock in Australia;|
|3.||Critically review and explain the specific taxing requirements of each of the key entities that operate in the Australian taxation system;|
|4.||Critically review and explain the key areas of taxation administration; including returns, assessments, withholding, rulings, appeals, information requests and the differences between planning, evasion and avoidance;|
|5.||Exemplify professional judgements and advise on issues relating to tax payable by individuals, companies, superannuation funds and other business structures; and,|
|6.||Review and explain developing taxation law in areas such as International Taxation and Advanced Capital Gains Tax.|
|Assignment||3 x scenario-based practical tax problems (progressive assessments, 10% each)||30%|
|Presentation||Group presentation on letter of advice||20%|
|Test||Open book final test||50%|
Foundations of Taxation Law 13th ed
Barkoczy, S., (2020)
Oxford University Press, USA
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