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Revenue Law

by CQUniversity

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Course Description

Revenue Law is an important consideration for those engaging in legal practice insofar as issues arising out of revenue law will impact on advice given in a range of different situations. This course gives an understanding of the underlying concepts of revenue law focussing on the Income Tax Assessment Acts and supporting legislation as well as looking at other important areas of revenue law practice which impact on advice given such as Goods and Services Tax and Fringe Benefits Tax. 

On successful completion of this course, you will be able to:
  1. Explain the distinction between income and capital and determine when taxpayers will be assessed on income or capital gains tax.
  2. Differentiate between expenses which constitute deductions and expenses which constitute capital and determine when expenditure may be utilised to reduce a taxpayer's assessable income.
  3. Apply the current tax legislation as it applies to taxation of various entities.
  4. Analyse the Goods and Services Tax (GST) and Fringe Benefits Tax (FBT) regimes.
  5. Use general software, CQUniversity's learning management system and web-based tax resources to advance personal learning.
  6. Read and understand legal material consistent with the content covered in the course.
  7. Recognise and analyse legal issues arising out of encountered fact situations.
  8. Formulate informed decisions by applying the relevant law and principles to revenue law problems.
  9. Communicate effectively in this discipline using appropriate style and terminology. 
Revenue Law
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  • Category: Law
  • Language: English

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