Understanding Taxation Law 2013
|Author(s) :||Gilders, F; Taylor, J; Walpole, M; Burton, M; Ciro, T|
|Short Description :||This book is also available in eBook format.
|Format :||Academic, Softcover Book|
|Published :||December, 2012|
Understanding Taxation Law 2013 offers comprehensive coverage taxation law and is aligned to course curriculums throughout Australia.
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Kenny, LexisNexis Concise Tax 2013
Kendall, LexisNexis Study Guide: Taxation and Revenue Law, 2nd ed, 2013
Khoury, LexisNexis Case Summaries: Tax, 7ed, 2011
Kenny, Quick Reference Cards: Tax I & Tax II
2. Structure of the Acts and the Income Concept
3. Income According to Ordinary Concepts
4. The Derivation Method and Measurement of Income
5. Statutory Income
6. Capital Gains Tax
7. Fringe Benefits Tax
8. General Deductions
9. Specific Deductions
10. Capital Allowances
11. Trading Stock
12. Taxation of Companies
13. Taxation of Shareholders
14. Taxation of Partnerships
15. Taxation of Trusts
16. Tax Administration: Review and Enforcement Issues
17. Anti-Tax Avoidance Measures
18. International Tax
19. Goods and Services Tax