This unit introduces students to the core concepts in Australian taxation and identifies the framework (both legal and administrative) behind those concepts. The knowledge gained through this exploration enables the application of the framework to current issues faced by individuals and businesses whilst ensuring compliance with statutory and professional requirements. Basic concepts of assessable income (including capital gains) and allowable deductions are extended through different entity structures with a focus on application to real life scenarios. The unit includes an introduction to Fringe Benefits Tax as well as Goods and Services Tax. Aspects of International tax and tax avoidance issues are also explored.
|Unit name||Australian Tax Law|
|College/School||College of Business & Economics
Tasmanian School of Business and Economics
|Discipline||Accounting and Accountability|
|Coordinator||Doctor John Minas|
|Delivered By||University of Tasmania|
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- Differentiate the relative strengths of Australian tax law in enabling sustainability
- Critique the application of Australian tax law to complex accounting practices
- Hypothesize the effects of new tax policy for individuals and businesses
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|Assessment||Exam (40%)|ASX100 Pitch (10%)|Scoping review (20%)|ASX100 Case Study (30%)|
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You will need the following text:
Sadiq et al, Principles of Taxation Law 2020, Thomson Reuters publishers
You will need to bring the textbook to lectures, tutorials, and to the exam.
Sadiq, et al, Principles of Taxation Law 2019, Thomson Reuters.
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